Good news and bad news! The good is my camera has been found - the bad is that its been found in Turkey and is now on its way to Nice in France! It somehow got into my nephew's luggage when he and his Mum, my sister, left after Christmas last week to visit family in Istanbul. Of course I'm delighted that I haven't lost it in the street or somewhere else like that and that my photos haven't been lost - but I will have to wait until February to get it back as another sister and I will be visiting Nice then. So sadly no posting of projects until then.
However this does mean I can get back to my passion for digital scrapping - which I have really neglected recently. Here I am with my nephew on Nice beach last February. We're looking for sea glass - you know, those pieces of coloured broken glass which have been worn and smoothed by the waves and when wet look like jewels. I've been collecting it since I was a little girl but I don't think I've been to beach which had more of it before. I like to think it came from all those glamorous beach parties of the 1930s..... or wine bottles thrown from fabulous private yachts that have been sailing around the Cote d'Azur for the last 100 years or so.
For this page I've used Sweet Pea Brushes by Rhonna Farrer at 2Peas in a Bucket, the background paper is from Nantucket by Sue Cummings at Oscraps and the clipping mask by Vinnie Pearce at Pixelcanvas.
PS: Thank you so much Lindby for my first blog award - I'll upload it as soon as I can think of 7 interesting facts about myself........ hmm, this may take some time!