Do you know? One of the things that has stopped me updating my blog has been the lack of comments - I kind of sat here thinking that nobody looked at it and was kind of wondering if it was worth bothering.
I've just been and found 20 comments to be moderated LOL!!
I forgot that when someone was trying (and failing) to be funny months ago and put horrible messages in the comments box, I switched to moderating comments - um, but I forgot that LOL!
So, now I know that people are looking, and appreciating, then maybe I'll update a bit more - duh!
So, above is a scrapbook layout that we did at Scrap Club on Monday night. Our Scrap Club has been going for about 5 1/2 years now and we always have fun. We lost our way a little for about a year but Zoe and I have taken charge again and we're doing some fab layouts and mini books - all with Stampin' Up! stuff of course!
I must also apologise for my lack of 2nd post on the Safari - I had a puncture and couldn't fix it :) so I failed to get to my destination that day! Oops.
I know that I am always saying that time just goes by far too quick but that never seems to change - what is going on? Anyone know how to get another few hours in each day - preferably when the phone doesn't ring, new emails don't arrive and there is peace and quiet for me to just "catch up!?
Anyway, still got a list of things that I told myself that I was going to do today as my To Do list is getting bigger and bigger and not going down at all. Did manage to cross a few things off of it today, but then added on just as many too.
And to think that we are heading towards Halloween, Kian's birthday and Christmas too - arrrghhhhh!!!!
P.S. Does anyone know why even though I've got gaps in between my paragraphs where I type, they don't show up on this blog post? Bemuses me every time it does it!
Welcome, welcome anyone who has arrived via the Stampin' Up! Safari and Jo's blog. I didn't want to spoil you by putting this up too early seeing as Jo's stop was delayed, so we find ourselves with a slight delay today too. Hopefully overnight, the Safari might just catch up a bit LOL!
Here is my item using the new fabulous Animal Stories Stamp Set and matching Tall Tales Designer Series Paper and lastly the new Medium Window Sheets (acetate!).
I love the So Saffron and Certainly Celery colours of these sets and did you notice that ribbon that was from the special ribbon bundle.
With christmas approaching, this is a great time to get box making and if you use the white or black Staz-on ink, you can stamp any designs onto the acetate before you make the boxes too :)
Why not go back to Caz's blog tomorrow for the next stop of the Safari and I'll see you again in a few more days for more fun and frivolity.
I can't believe it's the 1st October already - seems only a few weeks ago that it was the release of last year's new Stampin' Up! catalogue!
But here we are, with a sparkling new catalogue again, and to celebrate the launch, a few of the SU team I am in are having a little blog safari :)
We are starting off at the lovely Stampin' Caz today, and she has the link for tomorrow's visit to Jackie. Each day one of us will have something made with a set from the new catalogue and details of new products.
By following the links each day, you will be led on the safari around our blogs. I look forward to seeing you here in a few days whilst you have gone around some of the other talented Demonstrators blogs first - I'm last as always - good for me - I get a few more days to get mine together!
Anyway, did somebody say a new catalogue????
Sooooo many great new additions - I can't wait for my goodies to arrive.
Invitations have gone out to local ladies to join Zoe and I as we launch the catalogue at our party tonight. If you're not up to anything, why not join us at Maidenbower Junior School from 7.30pm this evening to have a look at the catalogue yourself :)
Cardmaking for 19 years and scrapbooking for 10 years, I have been lucky enough to have edited five Craft Magazines in my time. I am an independent Stampin' Up! (c) Demonstrator and love it. I live in Crawley, West Sussex with my husband and two football mad sons!
I am an Independent Stampin' Up! (R) demonstrator and love the products. If you love papercrafting, are interested in spending a fun evening in with some of your friends, then get in touch and I' ll help you host a workshop - no pressure! If you're interested in buying the products for yourself or interested in joining my Stampin' Up! team, then also get in touch - I will be happy to help. Visit My Website!
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