Continuing with my self-appointed challenge to make 10 scrapbook pages using Silhouette cuts, I have three more pages to share . . .
Occasionally I get an attack of the guilts that Angus, as the "neglected middle child" is missing out in his scrapbooks, so I've pulled a few of his older photos to work on. This one is about a visit to our local dog beach.
. . . and one showcasing a relationship with a special Uncle. If it is possible to have a regret which is both intensely deep and incredibly trivial, mine is that I didn't teach my children to call their Uncle Stephen "Uncle Sbg" (his nickname, pronounced Sbug) when they were small.
And another doggy page. I'm really enjoying the DIY flair at the moment, and the DIY "enamel" dots continue to get a workout.
Six pages down, four to go. . . if I'd really looked at how many pre-cut shapes I had, I might have challenged myself to do 20 pages instead . . . or even more . . . but I'm starting to miss using my Silhouette for titles, so I think I'll stick to the original challenge!