Saturday, 7 April 2012

CCW Scrap Map Challenge

Since joining the scrapbooking website UKScrappers I have been learning new techniques, meeting very friendly folk and thoroughly enjoying myself.
I particularly enjoy taking part in the weekly, monthly & house challenges.

This is a layout which I did for the April Week one challenge, set by Sue from Creative Craft World.
You might recognize the photo of Ben which I used in my Tartan Parade post earlier this week.
I also entered it into the CCW April Scrap Map challenge, who knows perhaps I'll be the lucky winner of a scrap kit and the chance to become a guest designer at CCW.


  1. You are really on a roll, aren't you!? I love what you're doing and admire your gift for this fun craft. What lovely souvenirs your pages make.

  2. I agree with looks like you are really having a great time scrapping. I used to spend a lot of time stamping and making cards, it was very relaxing. Enjoy!


  3. That looks like a great hobbu Maggie. I love your scraps.
    Happy Easter

  4. Maggie, I think you are a winner! This page is definitely a winner in my book. You know I adore this image of Mr. Ben. I'm going to pin it to one of my boards with your permission. ;-)
    Looks like you are having fun. ~ Sarah

  5. I would love to take up scrapping. I would like to first learn how to better use watercolors, and combine little paintings with scrapping.

    I love your page, by the way...great composition!

    Have a blessed Easter!

    Ricki Jill

  6. It is a lovely picture, I don't quite understand scrapping so I will have to look up the website, not something I have the patience for!!! Hope you win, good luck and a very HAPPY EASTER to you and Roger.

    Jackie in Surrey, UK.x

  7. Maggie,
    Happy Easter. I really like the scrapping you are doing - most artistic and creative. Hope you win!


  8. Happy Easter, Maggie. Your Easter had a beautiful start. We will be headed to Easter Services shortly. Your scrapbook pages are amazing. Once the semester at school is over, I hope to get back in the routine of working on my scrapbooks. I have a 30 years of Christmas that I am working on. Perhaps I could retire from my job and join you in Paris. Ah such dreams.

  9. Looks like a lot of fun! One of my sisters is an avid scrapper.


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