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Pearshaped

Wednesday, 4 May 2016

WOYWW 361

Not much for me to show at Julia's Stamping Ground today, where I have plans to join in at What's On Your Worktop Wednesday.
I have a journal page to show you.
 Just using some scraps up…and more scraps on my desk - leftover from something I can't show you until tomorrow but that I may well use for another journal page!
Oh Yes! and lots of stuff that needs to be put away!

Film review
We went with our grandchildren to see 'Jungle Book' the other day - loved it - nothing like the cartoon, although there were some of the songs in it. Definitely would recommend this to any one - young or old!

Hope to be round to visit soon!

Thanks for looking, Chris


24 comments:

glitterandglue said...

Good morning, Chris. Well done on the page... but you say LOTS to put away. I can't see lots - just a few little bits.... your desk is most impressive in its neatness (should see mine... but there again, it might make you VERY nervous!!)
I take it there is a new Jungle Book film with real people as opposed to the cartoon of many years ago? Glad you enjoyed it.
Take care. God bless.
Margaret #5

Neet said...

Like Margaret I have not heard of this new Jungle Book film - must investigate. You usually are spot on with your recommendations so it must be worth a trip to the cinema.
Love how you have used your bits up on your journal age - we all have an abundance of die cuts at some time.
CU Saturday
Hugs, Neet 3 xx

froebelsternchen Susi said...

A fabulous page and I love the adorable tag from the second to last post as well! Amazing images from Paris Chris!Thanks for sharing!

Happy Day!
oxo Susu

Pamellia Johnson said...

Beautiful page Chris! I love all the blues, my fav. Great photos from your trip too, just came from that post. hugs :)

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely page, it's always great to play with scraps. I also have a lot of stuff on my table that needs to be put away! Have a fun day, hugs, Valerie
Hmm, I am intrigued about Thursday's big secret, now I won't be able to sleep all night!

Julia Dunnit said...

I'm with `margaret, there doesn't seem much to be put away - well by comparison to mine anyway! Love the page, especially the circled paper, that' ,looks great!

butterfly said...

Love your page - thee soft dreamy colours and those lovely musical hearts, as well as the plant stem bubbles - very appealing. Glad you enjoyed Jungle Book. I watched both Spotlight and Room on the aeroplane - brilliant, brilliant films, but a little more harrowing than Jungle Book I think!
Alison x

sirkkis said...

Fabulous spread, Chris. Blue colour looks so fresh and beautiful and composition is great.
Hugs ❤

Sandy said...

I am always watching and waiting -- never can tell what I might see!
Sandy xx

Mrs.B said...

Great page Chris, I love the blues and it's great that you've managed to use up some scraps.
Avril xx

Helen said...

loved the film review - another friend from twitter didn't think it so good for children, however it's always good to get another point of view! Love the journal page and look forward to what we can't see this time, soon! Helen #1

StampinCarol said...

Cool journal page! Lots of texture! And nice busy desk! Sounds like you had a great time with the grandkids! Thanks for the visit and happy WOYWW!
Carol N #42

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Well, that's a lovely pair of journal pages, love the patterns and colours AND the fact you've used up some scraps. A win win situation! Glad you liked the film, It must have been hard not comparing it to the classic one.
Hugs, LLJ 2 xx

chrissie said...

Wonderful spread with lots of interest

Love Chrissie xx

LisaDV said...

I wish that my put away pile was so little. I too love using leftover bits for journal pages and cards.

Sharon Koole said...

Very pretty page. Love blue.

I've seen previews of the film but with no little ones around I'll probably wait for the DVD lol.

Have a great week
Sharon K #39

Angela Radford said...

Loving your journal page, always good to use up left over stuff. Thanks for the visit o mine, have a great woyww and happy crafting, Angela x 24

sandra de said...

Love the page you have created and that stamp lying on your desk looks very interesting.
sandra de @14

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

You came up with a very nice cohesive design by using scraps, which is not always easy to do. The Jungle Book was one of my favorite Disney movies as a child, so I've been looking forward to seeing the new version. Blessings!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

How in the world do you keep your craft mat looking so pristine? I love how you use your scraps to your advantage. This spread is absolutely wonderful.

Diane Futrell said...

great journal page. I love blue!
Neat desk!
Have a great day.
Diane - WOYWW #30

RosA said...

Hi Chris, that looks all very tidy to me :)
Re. Wanderlust. It's absolutely not too late to join in. The videos are all downloadable, right from the beginning, so you can keep them! And there really are no deadlines, you pick and choose what you want to do. The price was so reasonable I feel we have got way more than our money's worth already!
Thanks for dropping by too,
RosA

My name is Erika. said...

Love your blue journal page. And its fun to see where people work. I wonder why we are all so interested in seeing where we work? But it is so fascinating. Hope its a great day!

Twiglet said...

Fab journal pages Chris - and yes we will swap ATCs again this year - probably get together with Annie as usual! x Jo