Monday, 28 March 2011

It's a Hard Life.

Here's a page I forgot to post.  George came round for a visit after school and just chilled out!


He didn't bat an eyelid while I snapped away.  I find the best time to take photos of our little boys is when their attention is taken by something other than me and the camera.  The something else in this case is the television.

I'll be back tomorrow with the details.

Credits: template by Vinnie Pearce -; papers, alpha, heart element - Sock Monkey Kit by Lynn Grieveson, tags by Katie Pertiet - both Designer Digitals; at this moment I've no idea where the string came from but when I come across it I'll be back.  I hate to leave any designer's names out.


Hinchliffe's, Castle Hill and a Birthday.

Sunday 20th March was an especially good day for us.  All of our family was able to go out for the day together and it was also William's birthday.


We all set off for Hinchliffe's in Huddersfield and these pages are full of the photos I took that day.


After coffee and cakes on the decking at Hinchliffe's we travelled about another 15 minutes or so to Castle Hill.  A high, windswept hill it is too.


Exhilarating is how our time up on that hill could be described.  We had a wonderful time, the only mishap being when Nicholas fell head first down a little hill.  We all thought he'd hurt his head or neck (scary) but no.  He'd hurt his leg.  That's why he's hopping in the picture above.

For these pages I used a couple of free templates, altered slightly here and there, from one of my favourite designers Cinzia Loosemore.  Her pages and photography are an inspiration.  The "Life" wordart is also from Cinzia.

The background paper is by Kristen Designs at After 5 Designs.  The little date tag is a Kitty Designs at Oscraps.  The "extraordinary" sticker is from a Nicole Young kit at Digital Scrapbook Place.

Until next time,