Saturday, 25 July 2009

Saturday Scrapping

The scrapping has really come to a halt lately, so on Wednesday I started to clear my desk in order to at least start to make a LO and here we are on Saturday and the LO is still a work in progress!

I keep trying to work out why my scrapping mojo has disappeared. I think my photo printer breaking down did not help. I keep forgetting to load photos up onto my memory stick so I can print them off when I go out. Also my paper trimmer might as well go out the window too - it keeps sticking and leaving my pages with that nasty serrated edge look. Also my printer has no ink, so I can't even print anything pretty out. Oh woe is me!! These really are minor irritations that can be fixed, I think there is just too many other things go on.

My rabbit Max, has improved greatly, after nearly three weeks of medicine, but his lump is still there, however it has shrunk to the the size of a marble from the size of half a tennis ball.
Unfortunately my father in law is a lot worse. On Thursday, he was rushed into hospital with pneumonia and we are all praying for him to pull through. Poor hubby is rushing back and forth to Essex a few times a week at the moment and I am worried about how tired and stressed he is with it all.

So I do think I have good reason not to scrap. My mother is urging me on though as I have an album to finish for my aunt. My mother is trying to get me to watch a Rene Zellweger film that is all about scrap booking - anyone know what it is?

At least some scrapping goodies have come my way this week. I bought these lovely stickers from Accessorize.

Look at those lovely cupcakes and sweets. Aren't they fabulous!

I also received these lovely scrap booking bits as part of a gift from the girl's teacher thanking me for my help this year. Deidre has been a lovely teacher and I feel that I have found a really nice friend after spending so much time with her.
She picked up these lovely goodies in the Victoria & Albert museum when we went to London. The ribbon has lots of gems sewn into it and the papers are a range of Japanese prints.
I hope by next week to have finished a scrap page to show you, but don't hold your breath as it is the school holidays here! Have a great day.

6 comments:

  1. I do hope things start to look up soon for your hubbys Dad. My thoughts are with you there.

    Good news about Max though - yay for the bunny :D

    The ribbon is gorgeous as are those printed papers. Must be something in the air, I decided I needed to do some scrapping this week too. Yet to start it though but still, the intention is there.

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  2. Oh goodness...I'm so sorry about your father-in-law. I was so hoping to hear that he was improving, not getting worse. You'll all remain in my thoughts.

    Those stickers look downright edible!

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  3. Hi Viv - the film is called New to Town, with Renee Zellweger xx

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  4. I can relate, my crocheting mojo has gone away for a bit too. Cute scrap supplies. Glad to hear Max is better.

    Sorry about your father in law. I hope his health improves.

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  5. I'm sorry to hear about your father-in-law. I hope he gets better!

    Neat looking scrapping supplies!

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  6. I'm so sorry to hear about your father-in-law and I really hope and pray that he will get better soon.

    I like those stickers and other goodies you've shown here!

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