Now, some of you that know me will know that at the Saturday crop I attend in Cheam, a lot of my time is spent at Starbucks or Sainsbury’s, but ever so often, I actually surprise everyone (including myself) and actually get on with scrapping.
Our lovely crop has changed hands recently, and Debbie who’s taken it over has loads of great ideas to get us all motivated (so if you’re ever looking for a crop in Surrey, just let me know, and I can point you in the right direction). Anyway, one of these was to maybe have a sketch that we could all do and then a blind vote at the end of the day, with a little prize.
Now since shutting the store, I've still lots of papers and bits left – so I volunteered to put a kit together with a sketch; and here’s my take on it. Sadly, I can’t find where I filed the sketch, so here's just the layout only. It shows a recent meal that Simon and I had; it's in a place called The Hot House Cafe; we've been before, for lunch or a coffee, and well now they've started opening one evening a week, only for a few seating's and the food is just amazing.
I also managed another layout at the crop! … unheard of me. I used my counterfeit kit for May, and is shows Simon and Eddie in their usual pose. As soon as we get to the little house, these two make for the garden, and just sit together and watch the boats go by (me, I put the kettle on)
One last thing I’d like to share with you, is a little gift I won on a blog recently. I was over the moon when this little bundle of fun arrived through the mail. I love reading Angie’s blog anyway and comment, so imagine how delighted I was that I was picked – do pop on over and check out her blog. It’s called My Little Blessings, and if you’re not already a follower, I’m sure you will be, she’s so very very talented.