Cricut, Sissix, die-cutting – all rather strange words and, I put it to you, expensive and unnecessary kit. Here’s how to create your own letters without forking out £200 for a machine.
My sister got married last year and I thought rather than buy her something generic that anyone could give her if they happened to go into the same shop as me, I’d make her a photo album/scrapbook keepsake. It’s also why I haven’t blogged as much as I would have liked to in the last few months. Take a look!
Enter here all ye who dare and who want to see how my scrapbooking has come on since Four Years in One Book. Unfortunately, I don’t have access to an A3 scanner so until I do, this is the best I can get the snaps of my latest effort – which happens to be slightly on the large side – to look. It’s much more coherent than other books I’ve created but is definitely a work in progress. Watch this space!
Amy’s present – a scrapbook photo album – is finally complete. Hope everyone loves it as much as I do!
My first-ever scrapbook. A bit of a mess, but it’s a total Bridget Jones. I like it just the way it is.