February 10, 2015

Scrapbook Boutique's FEBRUARY Inspiration Challenge and Blog Hop!


Hello!!! Happy February!! 

Busy busy time here with the start of school and the children get back to all their activities!  We are exceptionally busy this year (which is fantastic)

A new challenge this month and it's not a heart!!! Can you believe it!!








You can create any project, Card, Scrapbook LO or an Off the Page with the Pic above a your Inspiration and UPLOAD your project on the SCRAPBOOK BOUTIQUE blog before 28th February, 2015  and you will be in the running to receive a
$30 STORE CREDIT
an awesome prize
the winner is chosen randomly.  Check the Scrapbook Boutique's blog for conditions.

there is another way to win a prize!!!
join in our BLOG HOP!!
comment on all the DT's blogs and leave a comment on Scrapbook Boutique's blog before 17th February, 2015  and you can win a 
$10.00 STORE CREDIT
with all the goodness in the shop at the moment, it's a great time to win this!!

Here is MY take on the challenge:-





My youngest, Patrick is starting year 12 this year ( his final year of high school)  He is super organised and has made a plan ( hopefully he will stick to it!)  I am liking his new approach to school!!  I am SO LOOKING forward to:  * not paying any more school fees,
                                              * not making lunches,
                                                      * not driving him to school
                                                         * not reading English novels
                                                            *not Proof reading/critiquing 
                                          * not writing notes
                                                                             *not attending Parent teacher interviews

After 19 years of having primary and secondary school children, I am sad (NOT) that it will all soon be over!!
I made this card to let Patrick know he is so capable and we are proud of him no matter what!

 and now head on over to Linda's gorgeous blog!! and check out her gorgeous interpretation!
If you get lost, you can head back to Scrapbook Boutique and start again!





21 comments:

Sue W said...

Great card Angela!

lostinpaper said...

Sounds like the beginning of the end of an era and the perfect card to 'celebrate'. 19 years.... phew!

lostinpaper said...

Sounds like the beginning of the end of an era and the perfect card to 'celebrate'. 19 years.... phew!

Deb McCleary said...

What a fabulous card Angela! I, too, am loving the bright colours and non-heart theme of this month's challenge! :)
Good luck to your son for Year 12!
Deb.xx

Ann Tuck said...

A great inspirational card Angela! Best wishes to your son - you must have a lot to be proud of! hugs, Ann xx

frommycraftroom said...

Fab card Angela.
My #2 is also doing year 12. He doesn't sound as organised as your guy. I can hear you cheering in mid November already. I'm counting down the primary school drop offs - 2 more years :)

Carolyn said...

I love how bright your card is and I hope he has a great last year :)

Lyn said...

I love your card so very much how wonderful it is to have your last year of school..........My last is in year five so a few more to go yet :)

Lynnda said...

Love this beautiful card! Hugs x

Elaine coustley said...

Love this cool card x

aussie aNNie said...

Fabulous card and loving the CAS style...xx
{The Journey is the Start – my personal blog}

Rosslyn Coutts said...

Great card...hope your son has a good year

Rosslyn Coutts said...

Great card...hope your son has a good year

Rosslyn Coutts said...

Great card...hope your son has a good year

Dianne Ayers said...

A great card, love your take on the challenge...I have long finished with the whole school fandangle but remember well just how organised I had to be back then and how good it felt once I only had myself and my own daily routine to organise. Enjoy this last year...you may as well, it will be gone in a flash.

Bezzack said...

Lovely card Angela. Hope Year 12 goes well for you son...

Mary said...

Love how you have used the colours of the challenge and also how you have done the numbers - it looks really good.
Mary

Anita in France said...

What a fabulous card, Angela ... bright and vibrant and fun! Thanks so much for you visit and your sweet words ... they're so appreciated! Anita :)

Samantha Klaebe said...

Great take on this challenge. Love the card good work!

Cathy said...

Fabulous card Angela, love the colours and the subtle embossing. Good luck to your son in Yr 12! Cathy x

My Paper Epiphany said...

I love your bright interpretation - great card!