You love this game. All the animals and the noises they make – ducks, cows, pigs, horses, sheep, birds, cats and dogs. You listen intently and smile at your favourites – ducks and dogs!I had downloaded these little ducks from the internet a while back and played around with colouring them using my MM paints. Just had to find the perfect excuse for using them.
This LO was for a layout on a budget challenge. The budget was $5. But it was a doddle. Because you only had to cost in split packs. Pretty easy to do a $5 layout when you only have to add in the cost of what you actually use.
Now, those challenges in For Keeps are the real deal. I don't know if you realise it when you look at those layouts - but the rule is no split packs. Whatever you use, you have to cost the full price of the pack. So, it rules out using stickers, rub-ons, paints (most of the time they add too much to the budget). Take your hats of to those DT girls, people! It's not easy. I did 2 layouts for the budget theme - one had a $6 maximum - think $1.50 for paper, $1 for cardstock and you only have another $3.50 to spend :0. Now *that's* a challenge.
You sit on your playmat in the window at Grandma and Grandad’s and play. Elephant and teddy keep you company. Elephant has no facial features but you seem to love him despite his shortcomings.
This one was a sketch challenge. Easy peasy! I did a fairly simple sketch and added a few "twists". That's how I figure a sketch is supposed to work. You give people something they can work with, to create something of their own, or to use as is.
Well, Bourne Supremacy is nearly finished. I'm going to miss the end if i keep typing and don't concentrate. Of course, I've seen it before. But I love the Bourne films! My kinda movie. Lots of action. A few twists. Not much thinking required. Good entertainment.