On my recent visit to Durham, I landed on Jen's doorstep and got the most fabulous of welcomes.
We chatted and drank coffee and then I had the pleasure of getting my paws on some fabulous stash from her Wearcrafts shop.
It's amazing how things look so much different (and often better) in real life.
Over the next few days I hope to show you what can be done with just a few of the items I got my hands on and that I probably would not have bought if I hadn't been so lucky to see them in my own hands.
This is the first item that I wanted to play with and it's available HERE is you fancy it yourself.
It's a pocket pad by Leeza Gibbons and has two of each of twelve designs inside.
Having just seen the April Sketch Challenge over at
Life Paper Scrapbook...
I decided that the pockets would fit perfectly if I flipped the sketch 90 degrees clockwise.
Each of the tags will be used for each of us to write something about the photograph
and stored away for future generations to read.
(If she has kids that is!)
You have until April 28th if you fancy joining in with the LPS Sketch Challenge.