Sunday, 4 August 2013

Two little monkeys!

I've sadly negleted the little scrapbook for my niece, but this pic was too cute not to use!  She's a little sweetie, but look at the dirt of those hands LOL!
I added Monkey Love from High Hopes - coloured with copics and little heart paper pieced with pink gingham.  Hearts and alphas from Paper Smooches.
(Sorry its such a crappy pic, if I remember I'll try again tomorrow)

Also starting tomorrow are the sneaky peeks of High Hopes new Christmas Fun release, so I hope you'll pop by for a preview!

Layout based on Sweet Sunday #190
Simon Says Wednesday Challenge - anything goes
Crafty Catz #194 - pastel colours
Cute Card Thursday #280 - anything goes


  1. This is adorable. Love the cute monkey and the your neice is s cute. Great take on the sketch.

  2. What a fabulous LO Lynne, love the picture and phrase - perfect. Hugs, Claire x

  3. This is a fabulous page Lynne and you wee niece is just gorgeous kids are supposed to get mucky!!! lol... a super page and photo, hope you have a lovely day...
    Ohh'' we're off on me hols this Sat to my brothers in Canada for 2wks yippeeeee!!
    Hugs Sarah x

  4. Oh, your niece is a doll, hands and all. :-) I have had my 4 yr. old grandson here since last Wed. They say the funniest things and such an imagination. Non-stop talk just like his Dad.

  5. What a great scrapbook page. Love the layout. Your niece is adorable. Thank you for joining us over at Crafty Catz. Hugs Nina

  6. Hi Just popped on over from CRAFTY CATZ to say thanks fr playing along with us this week...your SP is super and so cute she is, x carol

  7. Adorable LO!! What a cute photo! So sweet!

    Thank you very much for joining us this week at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge Blog!



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