It's the end of the Easter holidays and just when many people should be returning from their holidays an Icelandic volcanic eruption brings our skies to a standstill! My poor friend is meant to be returning home from New Zealand this weekend so I hope she is not stranded! Hope nobody has any friends or family stuck in an airport anywhere - it must be miserable! Louis Theroux was on tele tonight and made me laugh, he said something along the lines of: what is it with Iceland? First our banks, and now our airlines?
Thought I'd share a couple of pages from last year, just to dispel the rumours that I'd stopped scrapping lol.... These were made using the Christmas kit for Sarah's Cards. As much as I love Christmas, I find that I don't scrap it very often, so it was nice to see that the kit was versatile enough to do some completely non-seasonal pages.
The first page is of my niece's first day at school, I cant believe that she's in nursery!Our grandmother used to call us "little scholars" when we did well at school when we were small, and I know she'd say the same of her great granddaughter - she's as bright as a button - so it seemed a fitting title for the page.And this page quite simply marks her 3rd birthday. No give away at all that these were Christmas papers is there?
Speaking of Sarah's Cards, I do believe the April kit is now available here at the shop......it truly is a beauty this month, and if you're a fan of butterflies (and hell, who isn't?!), this little gem of a kit is for you. Here's a teeny peak at what I got up to with it :)
Ta for looking :) xxxx