I have actually made two scrapbook layouts so far this week. This first one follows the Unscripted sketch for this week and is of me aged about 3 with my cousins, hence the rather unoriginal title of the page. The papers were Sarapapers from Hot off the Press with Angel kiss flowers. The journaling reads ‘My Dad’s two oldest sisters had five boys between them; Benjie, Bastie and Richard Lowsley-Williams are my oldest cousins of whom Bastie was my favourite, and Harry & Archie Massey who were the same age as Andy and me and with whom we spent a lot of time while growing up’. The second page fits with this weeks theme from Scrap and stamp, and for the challenge on Quirky crafts which are both ‘One for the boys’. The page follows this weeks sketch from Pencil Lines. I chose this photo because it was an archetypal moment in the life of my two men…sharing a hot dog while watching a brass band. The page uses Cosmo Cricket and Bazzil cardstock, Daisy Doodle stickers, Making memories brads and stamps from Stamps Away (stitching), JustRite (alphabet and ‘cutie pie’), Tapestry (for the leaves on the tree) and Woodware (stars). The title is ‘Sharing Daddy’s hotdog!’ and the journaling reads ‘Alex enjoyed his first taste of hotdog and proceeded to eat nearly half, much to Daddy’s dismay 31st May 2009’. Finally I made a 90th birthday card for my great-aunt. She loves watercolours and flowers so I tried to include an element of both with the stamped image in the centre of the zero being coloured with watercolour pencils, and then the 9 and 0 being stamped with tapestry stamps and highlighted with some flowersoft. Due to the amount of stamping on this card it counts for the stamp something challenge from Crafty cardmakers. Unfortunately the photographs don’t do any of this artwork justice as I couldn’t photograph them in natural light. Hopefully you can get the idea anyway. Have a good rest of the week.