Another share of scrapbook pages today. The final ones from the fourth lesson of Shimelle's Clear the Desk class. I can't rate this class highly enough, it's not only got me using up paper by the bucket loads but also revved up my love of scrapbooking all over again and given me the kick up the backside I needed. Amazing value for money - only £10.00
Here they are then - and there is a lot of them - starting with the fourth collection of papers chosen from my stash using Shimelle's guidelines:
So what are holidays all about - well food is top of my husband's list!
And sand is quite near the top of mine, although watching my grandchildren's faces is easily the best bit for me.
Digging from a sandcastle right down to the sea seems to be a bit of a family tradition.
As does burying one member of the family in sand!
It's that cute adorable little face again.
And equally adorable but in a more grown up kind of way. Check out those huge banana splits!
Fun in the pool and playing nicely - well probably trying to dunk each other!
Sand angel and just chilling in the late afternoon sun. And don't I wish this scene was the type that happened most - don't be silly Jane this was a one off break from the constant energy and non-stop movement!
A couple of Project Life style pocket pages for all those got to be included snaps.
The sea and the waves and the danger and the kids having fun while the adults stood watchfully and wondering if they's have to dive in and do a Bay Watch impression.
A captured precious moment that happens quite often but rarely when you've got a camera in your hand to preserve it.
And finally after all that sunshine a Christmas page to complete the class.
Huge thanks if you've made it to the end of this page and I hope you've enjoyed looking. It's been so fun sharing what I love and I really appreciate you taking the time to look.
I'll be back in the morning with a card and a new challenge at AAA Cards, but until then keep crafting!
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