This weeks Pencil Lines Guest Designer is Fiskateer Stephanie Haman and the sketch was sponsored by Fiskars.
I got to play with some yummy Heidi Grace papers and this is my take on the sketch.
Don't forget to email your completed take on the sketch to the Pencil Lines team so it can be shared in the gallery. There are bumper prizes up for grabs as part of the month long celebrations.
The photographs are of my lil pal Max and his Dad having a kissy cuddly moment. Max is such a little dot but has a huge, huge personality. He loves to give cuddles and nothing is sweeter than a lil peck from my tiny buddie. I simply adore him and love him sooo much.x.x.x.x His Dad's not bad either - LOL!
Tux and I have been mates for what seems like forever and he is my buddie Linz's partner. These two people play a huge part in our lives and are my guys Godparents - and pretty wonderful Godparents they make too.
Lil Max and his big bro Tom love to pose for the camera but have me sussed - they charge me to take their piccies! LOL!
So what else have I been up to???
Ummm how about a few sneakies of the November kit from Bad Girls
The kit is jammed packed full of the most amazing mix of PP's and embellies - it really is a stunner this month and I take my hat off to Wendy for pulling such a wide range of product together to create a kit that is totally awesome.
Can someone tell me what happened to the weekend because its passed me by in a blur!
Its been a nice blur though and we have spent the time as a family having fun and catching up with visits to extended family and friends.
Hubs Grannie lives close by to us in a Nursing Home and we spent a good couple of hours with her this afternoon.
She is such a quirky lil lady and I have so much respect for her. She suffered a real bad stroke a few months ago and can no longer walk but her mind is so active - she is as bright as a button and keeps her grey cells active by completing The Times crossword everyday!
J and Grannie have a bizarre relationship - some days they don't talk to one another and then others they spend chitter chattering away non stop.....today was a talking day for them both!
Grannie asked J to dig out some of her old photograph books. He sat perched on the edge of her bed looking through the very old and tattered photographs....some dating back to the late 1800's! I'm really not a huge fan of heritage LO's but I so wanna scrap some of the photos because they are an important part of Hubs life and I feel we need to make space for these generations amongst the pages of our scrapbooks.
Suggestions for Heritage style supplies would be most welcome :)
Have fun and enjoy.