Anyway, last month I did a layout for Manor House which included a simple step x step on how I created my flower clusters and how I used the gorgeous rosette ribbon. Details can be found HERE.
This layout is about one of my beautiful sisters. The quote I have used "You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have", is the only way to describe what I see in her in a daily basis. Her struggle, her loss is not a story that I will make public on the internet, but what she faces every day and the strength it takes to get through each day brings tears to my eyes and as a sister I so wish I could take her pain away. Enough waffling.....
Using some new beautiful flowers from Manor House which I have misted and dabbed with Gesso.
Now on to something a little happier...a few weekends ago I did a little photo shoot of my boys...it had been so long since I did something like this and we just had an amazing time. Now its given me the inspiration to get scrapping! Wish I could share all my photos with you but I won't bombard you with them all :))
awwww....love my boys and their black skinny jeans and boots!
We had loads of fun drawing with chalk on the road...
One thing I absolute love about where we live, is the diversity that surrounds us. We are not only surrounded by huge coal mines, but also cattle farms, cotton farms, wheat farms, citrus farms, the Gem Fields are just out of town where you can search for precious gems, and this farm that the boys are overlooking.....a vineyard! Lots of vineyards around here too....So much beauty just in our backyard.
Such precious photos of my cute little boys...Finlay was so tired here he reckons he needed a rest!
Love those chalky pants on Riley...only happens when you have fun right!
Love love love this one...such a treasure :))
Okay I best be off and finish a layout I started the other day!
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