I went through our old photos and I found some old photos of mine and our Zara looks like me when I was about 1 and half year old. The photo was taken in late 1970, the other two toddlers in the photo was my cousin and the lap that I sat on was not my mother she is my aunt.
Suzy graduated about 3 years ago and I attended her day as our parents are not able to make it due to my mother was not well at that time. She suffered from cancer and just had chemo done the previous week hence she was not able to make it as well as our father. Not that great layout tho...
I really like this antique stroller and I straight away bought it when we was in Kedah last year. I saw the Chinese neighbour used it every evening and took her girl out for a stroll and I fall in love immediately. Besides our others two prams at home this one can be used around the neighbourhood and it is so easy to handle. Our Quinny Buzz is damn big and so the Disney pram. This one is nice and Zara love this stroller too...this picture was taken while she was sleeping at Opah's house in Kedah. Here is the layout...
All these photos was taken using my iPhone and the image - not bad for printing, I printed a few in small sizes. Taken in the morning before leaving the house, during shopping time, at the hospital and etc. So it is randomly taken...as she is the only apple of my eyes.
Remember on my previous entry about my baby inguinal hernia surgery? I know it is kind of past event however I just scrapped about her last weekend...it was our photo taken in the hospital. We was put in a two bedded room in SDMC (Sime Darby Medical Centre) or known as SJMC as there is no single room available. So Daddy changed us to VIP Suite, it is a huge room bigger than the one in Prince Court. The big room is more than enough for us so that whenever she cried no one gets disturb. Daddy's girl...how lucky! she recovered fast though after the surgery she is all cheerful and giggled.
These are the photos that I cut and collect all this while, all her photos mostly are candid and I decided to just scrap those photos. I used paper tagger to attached my buttons and the love frame. The paper tagger works like magic...and I coloured the title with gold colour and punched the top and bottom layout with Martha Stewart puncher. Here is the outcome...
We went for Lake Cruising last month and my baby is a bit grumpy at first. After a while she is calmed as she was amazed to see the swans', fish and some other creatures while we cruised. This layout is also my submission for Scrap-It-Lah May sketch challenge.
It has been so long I did not write anything in my blog, been busy with family and etc. I have not scrapped for more than a month now and I have been wanting to scrap many many weeks ago but my "mojo" just did not want to visit me! It took me 3 days to finish this not so great layout of mine...as I have no idea on what to put and what colour to use and I even don't know how to use an eyelets (because of so long I did not scrap!) I ended up wasted 3 eyelets as I hammered the wrong side.
I used the making memories stamp for all the words that I stamped on the right side of the layout and did you guys notice my photo....I cut the edge of the photo using my "antique paper cutter" which was made in 1978. I realized it is the same cutter they used to cut our old photos in 1960. Those days all the Chinese photo shops use this cutter to cut their photos...kind of nice/traditional, no? except the photo is coloured not black and white. (Let me know if anyone of you interested to get the antique cutter)
I received my package today and I really love this...MiMi - Oasis Collection - Travelmate Scrap Tote - Zebra Print Microfiber. The Travelmate Scrapbook Tool Tote in Zebra print with Black Patent accents is a fashionable shoulder tote made from lightweight, water resistant material with soft-sided construction. Decorative contrast stitching and a Hot Pink interior lining complete the look of sophistication. Express your personality while meeting all of your storage needs in style! Features:
Built-in accordion paper organizer
Ten loops for pens and scissors
One zippered embellishment pocket
Multiple interior pockets in either micro-mesh or clear hook and loop closure to hold tools and accessories
Front pocket with magnetic closure conceals three large interior mesh pockets
Holds up to a 12" x 12" 3-ring scrapbook album
Luggage strap on back slides over wheeled tote handle for easy transport
Overall dimension 17" x 5.5" x 15"
Great for scrapping while traveling via plane or car, using as a laptop bag, or for school!
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