Sunday, 31 March 2013

UKS Weekly Challenge - March week 4

This week's challenge over on UKS was set by the lovely Dawn aka Mrs Cheshire. She set a nice simple challenge to use...

A primary colour -10 points
3 clusters of embellishment - 10 points
Washi tape/ribbon - 10 points 

Well, first I had to get out one of my newer Gossamer Blue Kits - this was January's - to find some blue and red papers.  A little bit naughty as I am really keen to use up my older kits first.  Maybe next week! Anyhoo, I chose blue and red and this is what I came up with....


And I have once again done a facing page with a dividing page protector that holds some more photos and the journalling.  I'm really liking this in my albums as a way of including more pictures and ephemera without throwing everything on one page :)


The journalling reads; 
If London Bridge was falling down then Tower Bridge was flippin' cold! The wind was biting so only Josh and I  braved the bridge while Tony and Alex headed for the warmth of a coffee shop.  Josh decided the only wat to approach this escapade was with his hood and coat done up fully!  After about 10 minutes, we too beat our retreat!

Wishing you all a very Happy Easter.



5 comments:

Helen said...

great idea to use the page protectors for extra photos to tell the story. Love the layout and Josh does look very cold!

Louise said...

it has been so cold here hasn't it. Great photos and I too like the 4x6 pockets x

Sandra said...

I thin these page protectors are just fabulous to be used in your every day layouts, not just project life. Looks really fabulous

KraftyKaren said...

Gorgeous layout and I must start doing this with my trillions of photos that I have from every holiday as I don't want all of them on layouts but do want them to tell the story - I have a pile of these page protectors!!.

Well done on braving the cold xx

Maria Ontiveros said...

I love the architectural elements.
Rinda

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