Remembrance Day Projects

Just reminder of the fabulous challenge over at Crafty Boots Challenges this week, don’t be scared of this one, there are so many possibilities……. just make something to remember someone by.

Here is a Scrapbook page that I have made using a really old photo of my Mum when she was very young and my Grandma, just a lovely way to remember two wonderful people who had a huge influence in my creativity.

Lots of goodies out of my stash in this page, including some gorgeous crocheted lace which I think was originally in my Mum’s stash of crafting goodies.

And I couldn’t resist the temptation to do a little more colouring with my Blendabilities, so thought I would make a Poppy themed card.

I didn’t own a Poppy stamp, so went looking around online and found this lovely image which I downloaded, printed and then coloured.

So please come and join in, we love to see what wonderful creations you have come up with.  And you can also check out what the rest of the Design Team for created for your inspiration.

Happy Stamping!

2 thoughts on “Remembrance Day Projects

  1. What a beautiful scrapbook page Chris! I love the soft muted colours and your wonderful frame around the image of your Mum and Grandma, wonderful keepsake page! Great card too!

    Thanks so much for having me as your Guest Designer today! hugs, your co-teamie 🙂


  2. Great scrapbook page Chris, I love the photo of your mum and grandmother. You have created the perfect setting for it and what a wonderful idea to include some of your mother’s lace.

    Gorgeous poppy image and your colouring looks amazing. I have to warn you that I have found colouring poppies somewhat additive. Once I have done them in red I started wondering what they will look like in orange and purple and ……

    Dionne xx


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