Category Archives: CT Layouts
Credits: Layered template (August Template Challenge) by Jen C Designs and Our Family Story by Jen C Designs and Inspired Digital Designs by Crystal Sweeney. Font is Staccato222 BT.
Journalling reads: David & Liz’s Wedding 13th August 2006.
Credits: Layered template (July Template Challenge) by Scrap-A-Holic Designs and Morning Bloom Collab by Jewel Goodwin (Mad Genius Designs) and Vicki Eggins (Danas Footprint Designs) and Morning Bloom Addon Papers by Jewel Goodwin (Mad Genius Designs). Font is DJB Hannah Script by Darcy Baldwin.
Credits: Layered template (July Template Challenge) by Little Green Frog Designs, Child’s Play by Jen C Designs and Live Out Loud Glitter Styles by Megan Farrow (Flergs). Font is Janda Romantic by Kimberly Geswein.
Journalling reads: I took these photos the first time that I took the both of you to the park. Logan was sleeping and you were too busy peering into the pushchair at him to play!
Credits: Layered template (July Template Challenge) and Me Me Me both by Jen C Designs. Font is DJB Coffeeshop Tall Skinny Extended by Darcy Baldwin.
Journalling reads: When you were little we often took you for nature walks. We would give you a bag and let you collect anything that looked slightly interesting to you. When you started nursery you were desperate to take some stuff in to show your teacher, so we decided that rather than take a bag of bits and pieces it might be fun to make a collage about our trip, using the things we had collected. The duck is made from feathers and helicopter seeds, the flowers came from the park and the fence came from our trip to mcdonalds on the way home.We added a few bits from the craft box to finish off the page, you were so proud to show it to your whole nursery class!
Credits: Layered template (White Space, Template 2) and Train Time both by Jen C Designs. Font is Hobo Std.
Journalling reads: It’s amazing to me how timeless some toys are. Things like Lego can be enjoyed by different generations, but the excitement level never changes, Mark loves to build with them just as much as Lukas does. On the flip side modern toys don’t seem to have the same kind of staying power. More often than not we buy toys for the boys and they end up being played with a few times before being discarded. Not this one though, Mark’s mum bought it for Lukas from a charity shop and he played with it for ages, Conor used to have one when he was little and he’s 14 this year!