I haven't done many LO's lately its been all systems go with sorting out this house for bubba's arrival. We have managed to squeeze my scrap room into 1/3 the original space I had (I'm sharing a room with a queen bed grumphhhh) But I am more excited about getting the nursery painted before Mr Dan goes back to the mine so I can then totter around decorating the space.

When Dan got back last week all he wanted to do was buy all the big baby items like the car seat, pram and change table so, thankfully we now have a room to house them in, lol.

Other than all this fun excitement I have done a couple of LO's which I thought I'd share with y'all!

Here's one I did at a 'Girls Night In'
where the host Tash of Wise Craft Creations raised a few dollars for Breast Cancer Research. I had so much fun meeting the ladies  and as always spent way too much money! eek

I also surprised myself with actually doing this months Scrapboutique stylist challenges. I am such a shocker, I never seem to find time to do them but this month I loved the girls challenges and given we didn't have the added stylist packs to work through I thought I have got to at least attempt them.

Here's my take on the November Sketch/Stash Stomper set by the lovely Manon. Its all about the cheeky little poppet Miss Teleah.
This next one is my take on Amanda's November Monthly Challenge
the theme being 'Wet, Wet, Wet'. I figured I had to do one of Mr Osky because its been a while since I have made a page of him. I also really wanted to use up those teeny scrap pieces of paper and bits and bob's I keep hoarding.I'm pretty happy to get the old Woodgrain Hambly Prints in there...tee hee
Here is my sample page for the Stylist Challenge I set for November. You can read more about it in the right hand column and link back to Scrapboutique if your interested in participating in it or any of the other challenges...
...and finally last month I hosted the Blind scrap at our CC. The Sunday Roast was all about 'Halloween'. I got the girls to doodle or stitch on the page and create a shaped mount and photo by hand cutting.
Here's what I did for the blind roast a bit of machine stitching for the spiderrrr web and a circular mount to echo the moon theme.
Okay so thats about it everyone, thanks for stopping by hope your having a great week!


  1. Oh my god Em that spider web is fantastic!!!!

  2. Beautiful inspiring work as always Emma :) Hope you're keeping well :)

  3. Great work babe - good photgrpahic models helps too- LOL
    I love the layout of Dan!!


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