A slight obsession with books

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Vancouver layouts


I’ve done a couple more layouts for my Alaska and Rockies album. I’m quite getting into it now and am starting to remember just why I spent so many hours scrapping before. I’m working my way through our adventures in Vancouver at the moment before moving onto the cruise.

I started with a double page of Grouse Mountain.


The Cuttlebug is still getting a good workout and I can’t say how glad I am that I finally replaced my printer with one that actually prints. The new one spits out a piece of text in seconds, and it doesn’t need redoing ten times to get it usable. Marvellous!

Next to be done was Stanley Park.



Even the Sidekick came out to play when the Cuttlebug alpha dies were too large. That one is Playground which I thought was appropriate for a park. I’m happy to be getting so much use from my Spellbinders too. Must stop eyeing up the different shapes that are available now though.

I’ve two more layouts almost ready for photographing. Must give my cross stitch some attention for a few days though. It’s been shamefully neglected while I’ve been scrapping and editing photos.

So many hobbies, so little time…


Author: Carole

The books I read, the things I make, the places I go.

3 thoughts on “Vancouver layouts

  1. Pingback: A few Vancouver layouts | A slight obsession with books

  2. You’re definitely having a good play with the scrapping tools. Lovely layouts πŸ˜€


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