Sunday, 15 August 2010

Scrapping with red,turqouise and white

Today I collected my photos from Jessops......holiday photos plus a couple dozen others......I could hardly believe it was 419 in all........£20.95.....which I think is pretty good as if I'd printed them myself the photo paper alone would have cost that!
Shimelle's first challenge was to make a page in white,aqua [or turqouise] and red.So my first holiday page......the colours of the 'tourist trains' were perfect for this challenge.

11 comments:

JO SOWERBY said...

that's brilliant. lucky u getting the perfect photos to match!!! i love the flipflops and the scallops
Jo xxxx

Maria Ontiveros said...

What a happy combination! I'm going to work on a few of the challenges today if I get a chance.
Rinda

Chris said...

Gorgeous page Jacky, I love the colour scheme and your photo's are perfect for the theme I agree. What a bargain with the photo's too, processing is better value than it used to be. Enjoy the rest of the weekend, Chris x

debs14 said...

Great! You sure have a lot of layouts to do if you are going to use all those photos! I love those tourist trains, they are a good way of getting to see a new place, then you can go off and explore things that took your interest when you went round.

Scrappi Sandi said...

Great LO...that colour combo is perfect for those photo's! Enjoy the weekend crop, I couldn't get involved in this one, so It's great to see what you're creating for it!

pinky said...

You have this scrapping down to a tee now Jacky, love this page, the colours are perfect.
Pinky

Amy said...

Well done Jacky - I've not had the chance to play but you've done a great job with the layout and the self-portrait!

Liberty :) said...

Great page!!! Love the colour combo! I sooooo could have been with you on those trains! they are so handy to see the place!

alexa said...

Looks like it was fun! Love the subtle simplicity of this, and the extra detailing of the One Way sign and the flipflops. :)

Kathyk said...

Another fab layout from you Jacky and thanks for the tip about having them printed . . . you're not wrong though - photo paper IS expensive.

Kathyk

Karen said...

I'm always amazed at how many holiday photos I end up with. I'm glad I'm not alone. I'd be curious to know how many you end up using on scrapbook pages when you're done. This is a great start!