Friday, 31 August 2012

On time for once...

I think this is the first time I've finished a page on time and managed to post it.  So here's my August page for the 365 Art Calendar hosted by the talented Kate Crane


Haven't even started September yet and I'm off down to Essex to see my grandchildren.  My eldest starts a new school on Wednesday and it's her birthday on Sunday so it will be brilliant to see them again.


23 comments:

  1. Wow, you were quick off the Mark! Love your page and the Olympic image (weren't the Olympics fabulous?!) have a great time with the grandchildren x

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  2. Love the August Olympic theme pages, they turned out great. (much like the event!) Have a good time with your family.

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  3. A fabulous page and a wonderful souvenir of the Olympics especially the fantastic Jess coming from Sheffield. xx

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  4. A lovely Olympic souvenir page! Valerie

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  5. congrats on getting Aug finished on time and posted!Love your Olympics inspired spread!

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  6. Nice page. I like the Olympic reference and your background layers are awesome.

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  7. Hey boistrous one - you were up early - did you wet the bed?

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  8. oh and great work as always ;o)
    xxx

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  9. and lovely to see you today - you always make me smile x

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  10. Great page, well done for keeping up, I'm just about managing, but it's a struggle at times :-)
    Big love
    AJ

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  11. Think I need to get me to a gym looking at your page. Feeling all blobby :) Looks fabulous!

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  12. Loving the page and pride of Sheffield on their awesome stuff. Have fun with the grandchildren, I'm sure you will!

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  13. Very cool august, love the use of the cut out images x

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  14. Oooo how clever Anne, love your diary page. Michelle x

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  15. Fabulous, Anne! Love the way you mixed up the writing on the dates with black and white inks and super idea to include the Olympian.

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  16. How great of you to pay homage to the Olympics. I enjoyed watching them on TV but I suspect you had more fun since they were "in your neighborhood" (so to speak). It made for one fantastic calendar page.

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  17. Wow, I left a comment and Blogger told me your blog couldn't be found. I'm going to try to post this to see if it goes.

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  18. Fantastic page, love your way of bringing it all together!

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  19. How clever to make an Olympics page - why didn't I think of that?? It really works and I like the colours you've chosen ...

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