Monday 10 January 2011

More ScrapaGoGo

This page was a bit of fun. The Studio Calico wooden stars in my ScrapaGoGo kit said "film star" to me. I'm (obviously) not a film star but lately a colleague and I have started popping to the cinema after work sometimes. If we shoo the kids out of the last lesson and run around like mad things, we can usually make the (slightly) cheaper 4:15 showing. And we can have a good gossip as there are invaribly only one or two other people there.

Anyway, before Christmas we went to see the Voyage of the Dawn Treader which was in 3D. Frankly, in my opinion that was unnecessary here but we got the 3D specs anyway. They have become a slightly bizarre fashion accessory in my for of late so I wore mine to school for the last day of term. And despite what they said, I totally rocked them. I just wish I'd remembered to take them off my 6th form lesson afterwards. They are too cool for 3D glasses. Foolish.

Kisses xxx

P.S. I'm angry with my photo printer (Canon Selphy ES20) for printing too dark. I've tried lightening the pictures but this just tends to blow out the lighter areas and they're quite contrast heavy. Any ideas? If I can't print, I can't scrap!!! Argh! Find this really annoying as I intentionally slightly overexpose anyway as I like light, soft photos, so photo printer has no excuse.

P.P.S. Excuse while I now watch the first episode of the new season of Glee!


  1. Have that exact same problem with the Selphy Kirsty - I tend to take the photos into picasa and ligthen by approx 3 'notches' and most of the time it worls out about right.

  2. Can't help with the printing, sorry. I have a Canon and it mostly behaves itself. Love the glasses - I haven't managed to see that film yet, hoped to fit it in over Christmas but then I was poorly :-(