Monday, June 14, 2010

Queens Birthday....

Well, it's a holiday for the Queen's birthday, today....but it's not really her birthday - that was in April....not that I'm complaining - anything for a day off work!  LOL

Anyways....in celebration of our Queens Birthday long weekend......Happy Birthday Lizzie :)

I have a few more LO's to share using more of the Max & Whiskers kit that Chels at Scrapboutique sent me.  I really loved scrapping with this range....and love how all my LO's have turned out - plus I'm amazed at how many I got from the kit - 10!!!  Gotta love using up everything from a kit :)

So, here are the last 3 of my LO's.....





So, as you can see....this range isn't just for pet layouts - it is sooooo versatile & great for such a variety of LO's - I hope I've inspired you to want to scrap with this gorgeous range from Basic Grey :)


And now for a few other layouts that I've created recently....


For the May sketch challenge over at WIOIN sketch blog


And this one is my May entry for the Year in Review competition at WIOIN
(the meshy looking stuff was a piece of plasticy mesh that was around the gas bottle of the BBQ - funny how us scrappers are always on the lookout for things to add to our LO's...I am loving using non-scrappy stuff atm)

Hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend :)
Thanks for dropping by  & happy scrapping!

5 comments:

Ceci said...

Love your preparing for battle LO Linda! :)

Judith said...

I really love all the layouts you've done with the Max and Whiskers pp and you have certainly inspired me to get some and have a go using it.

Jane said...

What gorgeous LO's Linda, love how you've used the new BG, gotta love the colours in that range :). Hope you had a wonderful long weekend.

Binxcat1 said...

Hey, just wanted to come leave some love on your blog and to say thanks for stopping by mine... your LOs are ROCKIN' that new BG and I TOTALLY LOVE the non scrappy stuff! ;) LOL @ the word verification I got below... frunut... just an "it" short of the "real" thing! ;)

Nerrida said...

Gee you're good at making something fantastic from motorbike photos. I wouldn't know where to start. I love that MUD page.

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