First Week Done...

Well here are a few more I've just finished for my Everyday Life Journal. You know what else I like about this idea? You get to use up all those little bits of your stash that you bought from Spotlight or the 2 buckshop, which at the time I convinced myself were quaint or cool or whimsical - but really were pretty average, and that never actually make it to an album LO because when you step foot through the front door of home your brain returns and you start wondering why you actually bought them... (what was I thinking buying die-cut shapes of icecreams and puppies???) Those fairy stickers, sticker alphas and die-cuts are all coming out and going into the EDJ stash pile to be used up - yay! I love using things - hate to store things away. My theory is: The sooner I use something, the sooner I can buy something new and fresh to replace it! Anyway - here they are - got the last two days mixed around in my journal and couldn't change it - bugger! WDYR? (that's me-cyber-speak for what do you reckon) Luv Me x


  1. these pages are totally fab donna..loving the idea of these books..
    i will have to jump straight in...ive been doing altered visual arts diaries for the kids for a year or so..and in them go all the pics that just wont make a layout ,but need to be scrapped ..and they are fun and funky ,a little like these..
    may have to turn the 365 day photo challenge into one of these books .now that would be cool ???

  2. oh how i do wish i had done this class -- too yum - and your entries look delish -- mmmmm --

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