I'm delighted to be featured over at Shimelle.com today. I LOVE Shimelle's website, classes and projects and so I jumped at the chance to guest on her blog. You can find my layout and full details there; it's a tutorial for making a page which tells two stories!
At first glance, the page tells one very sensible version of events. But open it up, and you can find a whole different story...
In other news, I've had a fabulous weekend away with some of my fellow scrappy bloggers (and I'm eagerly awaiting the moment when I get to see some pictures!). Everyone I met was truly lovely and while it was initially a little strange to meet people for the first time, but still feel you already know them, I was really overwhelmed by what the brilliant community scrappers create. If you're reading, I had an amazing time :D
It's been a crazy week with lots on (my favourite kind) so it was great to make time to just relax and crop. So I hope to pop back soon with a page, or even two, but for now, I'll leave it here.
P.S. I had to summon a sixth former to vanquish an enormous and terrifying (i.e. smallish and dead) spider in my classroom today. I refuse point blank to educate spiders, even dead ones, on matters of hyperbolic integration. Yuck.
P.P.S. That's yuck to spiders, not to integration. That's quite cool and twirly.
P.P.P.S. The page I made for Shimelle ties in quite neatly with my scrapbooking class 'Telling Tales'. If you joined it, it might add in another idea! If you'd like to join, it's now available in self-paced form and you can find full information here. It costs £6 and every penny goes to support a voluntary project I'm participating in this summer in Cambodia with Girlguiding.