Saturday, December 28, 2013

Some more December Daily scrapping.

Boy has it been busy out here and with Asher's birthday and Christmas now over and done with for another year I can hopefully find some time to do some more scrapping, although at the moment most of it has been for my December daily.

I have just updated the Let's December Daily blog with a few of my latest December Daily cards.

You can check out the new post here and the main post with all of my December Daily scrapping so far here.


I did manage to scrap a layout for a challenge at my scrappy day earlier in the month and have only just remembered that I have yet to post it.

Looking ahead.

Created for the White with one challenge blog using a photo taken by the talented Sandie Mallon.


I've yet to edit any of the photos from Asher's birthday and Christmas day so share with you here. That is my plan for today/ tonight or tomorrow along with getting some more of my December Daily scrapped.

As always thanks for popping in, any comments and happy creating.


Lizzy Hill said...

Love your WW1page....really to check out the daily:):)

sandra said...

hi Julie!
Love love LOVE the triptych effect you used on that gorgeous photo. brilliant!
love it all.
thanks for playing along with WW1.
love your work.

Alz said...

Awesome WW1 LO Julie! Your use of the photos is so creative and unusual and the way you have embellished them is just perfect. Fabulous design!!! So unique! I can't wait to see what you do with next month's colour!!! :)

Lizzyc said...

Hi.. I hope you have had an enjoyable week!! These creations look wonderful.. love the WW1! and all the best for 2014 too!!

Katie said...

Love the clean design on your WW1 page, beautiful! Thanks for joining in this month!

Rikki Graziani said...

Stunning layout!!! thankyou for playing along with WW1

scrapwitch said...

ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh simple impact layouts , you rock them. Love the way you have worked the photo/s and your embellishments are awesome

Belinda said...

Love this layout Julie!! Fabulous use of negative space and I love how you chopped the photo up. Thanks for playing along at WW1 this month. :-)

Amy Prior said...

Such a fabulous designed layout i just love all that white space i never seem to be able to pull it off but you have nailed it thanks so much for joining in with WW1!! Blessings xx