13/02/2011

Ooooooooohhh I could crush a grape...

Or rather than the words of that guy in  Crackerjack all those years ago- I am quite excited!
Yep,my Project Life box has finally arrived from Canada.
I made the trip to the Parcelforce office yesterday morning to save myself £12 for them to deliver on a Saturday.It's a lovely kit, with loads of bits and pieces and a really nice album ... cue photos ..

What a nice way to start a Saturday .

 I've got plenty to keep me busy now. Isn't it always the way, you don't get any fun post for a while then you get two in one day - the other nice thing that arrived was the latest Gottacraft kit......On the way home from work Friday I bought myself a nice bunch of rainbow tulips and some fresias - don't they smell gorgeous ? Sometimes you can get them and they don't have any fragrance but these are really nice -they've brightened up the place very nicely..

Right then, not too exciting a post today,just normal things,it's off shopping for me now (whoop de doo) then I might just try and get to watch the Tudors from last night and maybe a bit of hooky time too ...yep, she's started another project!.......pastel granny stripe blanket ...
have a nice Sunday everyone.

12 comments:

Karen said...

If my laptop shorts out from me drooling on it after looking at your Project Life kit there will be major stamping of feet - much akin to that which happens when I am ink stamping on a project!

scrappyjacky said...

That 'project life' kit looks wonderful....worth all the waiting.

Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Loooooove the Project Life kit, you lucky girl! And good for you for buying flowers - I do that regularly for myself too. :o) Have a great Sunday, Denise! xo

debs14 said...

Looks like that Project Life kit was well worth the wait! What an amazing amount of goodies, can't wait to see what you make out of it all!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Love that blanket! I'm actually off to scrapbook with some friends today!
Rinda

Karen said...

Awesome, you getting yourself flowers. I love doing that. Pretty pastels for your new blanket. It will be stunning!

Ruth said...

Oooh, was it worth the wait? I'm still in two minds ....

Denise said...

Hi Ruth
Yes,I think it was worth the wait,there were quite a few more journalling cards than in the photo,realistically you could do one yourself - buy an album,get papers,page protectors,month dividers,lots of journalling cards etc,but it's nice having it all together and all matching-just ready for the off!

Sian said...

What an excellent way to start a weekend!

Scrappi Sandi said...

It all looks good to me!! Having checked out Karens PL work-in-progress on Thursday, I can't wait to see what you do with yours!

karen said...

subscribe to the Project Life forum on Big Picture scrapbooking,you get lots of ideas.And Beckys facebook page is good.
Take some bog standard pictures of things that regularly happen in your home to have as standbys for those super boring days.
You LOVE Project Life.

Jane said...

oh my, what some wonderful post you had, those kits look delish. I can't wait to see what you make with them, hopefully we will see some of your fab Ritz photos on some of it :)
Chat soon
Jx