I can't believe how long its been since I last posted! It really only feels like just the other day, honestly! Life just speeds by these days and I find it hard to keep up. So what have I been up to recently? Not a lot LOL! Just work, home and scrapping! Is there any more to life?
So after being away for a while I'm finding it hard to know where to start so how about I get straight to it!
Those of you who know me well will know that I am a bit of a lazy cow but recently I made a move to make it a bit more official - I applied for a guest CT stint with the lovely Kate Fairlie of Lazy Cow Designs fame. Her lazy cow attitude towards CTing suites me really well and guess what, she felt that I had what it takes and TADA, it's official I am now a true blue Guest Lazy Cow. I would show you my super cute Guest CT blinkie but blogger gobbles animated gifs up now like nobodies business so if you want to see it you can click on the credits to this page
You are ......Bella!
This is a page using Kate's lovely new kit called Night garden - filled with such gorgeous rich midnight colours!
On other CT news Anna Benjamin has created the most wonderfully grungy papers that you have ever seen and an alpha that is so rusty it leaves stains LOL. welcome everyone to Garage Band!
This was such a fun gritty pack of papers to work with! here is my effort with them - I'm sorry I don't have any hard-core rock stars to show you, just my girls trying to be COOL!!
And now to my dear Natalie! Well she has finally slowed down on the designing but still manages to produce enough to keep me busy and on my toes. Here is one of her latest and funkiest kits called Soul Sisters
And here is the LO I did using it - I was really happy with the boldness of the colours and the freshness of the elements!
Ok so that is nearly it from me tonight - you would not believe how long it has taken me to post this LOL. I did want to talk quickly about the fabulous new book I read on the weekend by Stephanie Meyer called The Host which was an un-put-downable read, aliens, true love and a nice bit of moral theorising and I was in heaven! I was a bit put off by the theme of teenage romance in the other Vampire series that she has also written but after reading The Host and hearing Sharon rave about it I am probably going to pick the Vampire series up this weekend coming LOL - I hope I can still manage to scrap this weekend too! LOL
I just wanted to make one final comment - about my blog post title "Making Changes", I really want to be a more proactive blogger and I have promised myself that I will be making some changes here!
I will be here more often! I promise!