Wednesday, 18 May 2011


Here is my desk for this weeks  WOYWW102, see julia's blog Here to find out what it is all about.
It has been a busy week.
Lots of 'stuff' here ...on the left is a set of stamps and papers free with papercraft essentials this month, they stamps are very cute animals and the paers are very pretty too.
At the back is one of my finished books I made from silk the other weekend.
On the right is a bottle of 'Stiffen Stuff', a new fabric softener i had from work, which is very good for sculptural things.
 After clearing away my grungy monday entry, I went back to finishing my daughter's 'This is your life book'. I think it is just about finished.
She was a very cute baby.

I used a book about hanging baskets, it had lots of pictures in that I could incorporate  into the scrap pages . I used a lot of Golden Medium to stick the pages together.

She always loved balloons. Some of the pages I covered with text from a copy of The Lion, the Witch and the wardrobe, that's where her sisters chose her name from.
She just loves dressing up (still does but I didnt put any adult pics in . .  LOL)

Lara Croft and on top of the Twin Towers in New York

I just have a bit of stamping tot do on the front cover, then it's done .... only 2 years late for her 18th

 The Tatty Teddy, Me to you bear is a free gift on the lastest issue of DoCraft magazine.


  1. Love the way you have made a book from a book, very cool.

  2. Your desk looks like a hive of activity and Lucy's book is a treasure. TFS #4

  3. What a lovely creative desk - love the idea of making your daughters life book from another book - bet she will love it


  4. great work Bea - she will love love love the book. As for your desk,,an inspiration and frankly, after that amount of work, it should be a tip!!

  5. Some lovely pages there!
    JoZarty x

  6. Such a beautiful layout of pages!

  7. Uhooi,,
    Waw,, It works very good, creative and beautiful,,

  8. Great page layouts. wonderful colours. Better late than never.


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