This weekend, I've actually found both the inspiration and the time to scrap a little for the challenges over at Magdas' online crop. But before I show you the results of that, I must show you what I did for my first week as a GDT at STM Germany. I just love this picture of Agnes. I took it the other day out in the garden. I wanted her to look into the camera, but she wasn't all that interested in cooperating, so eventually I asked her: "Agnes, where's the camera?" And then she pointed in my direction and shouted: "There!!!" And that's when I got this picture.Here's a layout using stuff from the April kit from the Nook. It's full of Pink Paislee goodies, and I love it!
Here's another Pink Paislee layout. And I must tell you the story here. I had printed the photo for this one and put it on the desk together with the papers I was going to use, thinking of making a layout with the story about when Agnes had chickenpox. And then I went to make dinner. Suddenly I heard Agnes crying from inside my scraproom, saying over and over again: "What have I done? What have I done?" I ran in there, thinking the worst, that she had rubbed an inkpad over the desk, or turned a jar of flowers upside down or something like that, but she just sat on my chair with the photo in her hand, crying. Poor thing, she thought she looked horrible. So we explained to her that she had been sick and that's why she was full of spots. Oh, man, she really was sick at that time. She caught it really bad. She had spots everywhere, even on the inside of her eyelids. It's a good thing she can't remember. Anyway, I knew I had to tell that little story on the layout instead.
Here's Albin, at the place he loves the most; curled up in bed with his huge teddybear and a good book. He's an avid reader, even though he's such a little guy. He has taught himself to read, and that makes me so proud. That's my boy!
So, that's all I have to share today. Thanks for stopping by.