Well, as promised earlier, this is a look at my pages from the March Project 3265 kit by Digilicious Designs:

It is yet another beautiful kit and a real joy to work with.  I just love the versatility of digital kits, and the best thing is you can use them again and again unlike paper kits when once you have used the paper, that is it, it is gone.

I didn't make quite so many pages this time round, mainly because my folder was getting full and I wanted to leave room for inserting photos, tickets and stuff.  I used an A5 folder which I recovered using the Project 365 January kit, and the pages are made from papers printed into A4 cardstock.  I print two pages to each sheet of A4 so that when folded, they fit into the A5 folder nicely.

I love all the delicate flower work in this kit, and the butterflies are just gorgeous (there are 3 different ones in the kit).  there weren't quite as many notecards this time round, which gave me the chance to create my own pages (not that I couldn't have done that with the earlier kits though, but I just felt lazy and used the notecards!).  

the alphas in this kit are really gorgeous.  I love the grungy type of paper/element, so they really fitted in well.  Then just look at this dress model.  Isn't it gorgeous?!  It really makes me want to go and get the Tim Holtz sewing room die!

I love the little "note to self" too.

Please excuse the over exposure in the photos.  My office has no windows, so it is all artificial light plus the flash from my camera, and even messing around in photoshop afterwards doesn't seem to fix it quite right (which probably has more to say about my poor photoshop and photography skills rather than anything else ;) ).

Then look at the double page of the bird baskets hanging from the trees - I just sat and ooh'd and aah'd when I first saw this in the kit!

I really need to start using this book now that it is complete but where on earth do I find the time?  Life seems so busy at the moment, with work and everything else that is going on.  I know I am always saying this, but I really need an extra hour a day and an extra day a week to be able to stand any chance of getting half the things done that I need to do!

This week would have been ideal to catch up on crafting, but if my mum is up to it, we will be going to Alexandra Palace for the craft fair there.  the really good things is they have free parking, so that means I can drive to London and park for free not that far from the city centre.  Now that was an offer too good to miss as parking in London is extortionate!

I'm really looking forward to this.  Dad is coming along too (so he can go wandering around London whilst we are at the craft fair) and my daughter is also tagging along as she is going to meet her boyfriend in London.  He's getting the coach up and they will spend the day sightseeing.  Mum and I will be having a whale of a time at the craft fair and hopefully will pick up some bargains.  I have heard that it is a great event if you are a stamper and much better than the NEC, although there are nowhere near as many exhibitors.  If you are going, look at for me and my mum.  I'll be the one with glasses carrying all the bags and she's the one with two walking sticks!

Happy scrapping!