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10 things I want to scrapbook soon

10 Things

I’m not sure I can top last year’s November edition of 10 Things: ten favourite Christmas journal entries, so I’m not even going to try. I’m going super-simple this month: ten photos I want to scrapbook soon. Starting with a little snapshot of what life looks like right now. or at least, ‘right now’ a month ago, but also including…


a little fanciness from Rachel and Rob’s wedding…


a bit of complete chaos from the joy that was being able to bake again…


a birthday treat of queueing for London’s best toasted cheese sandwich with Jen at Borough Market…


a lovely adventure at a WI birthday party talking up scrapbooking as a fabulous craft, of course…


just, you know, an ordinary day with a colourful Red Arrows flyover…


possibly the craziest photo booth set-up I’ve ever seen (at the V&A)…


some pretty equestrian pictures snapped in the 3.4 minutes in which it was not bucketing down with rain…


the fancy lights on the Thames, which I had somehow entirely forgot to print…


and a somewhat hilarious group photo I completely forgot we snapped at Legoland earlier this year!

So now it’s your turn! On the tenth of each month, we share 10 things. It can be anything as long as it’s ten! Link up your post to share it this month and mark your calendar for the tenth of December!



PS: Christmas kits for the US and the rest of the world? They go on sale TOMORROW and I’ll have a special discount code here for you!

10 November 2012



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13 Comments for 10 things I want to scrapbook soon

  1. Melissa Says:

    Great photos for scrapping – I especially like the lights on the Thames!

  2. Tammy Says:

    Great photos! Reminds me that it’s time for me to go through mine and print the latest! Did you find the best grilled cheese in London? That sounds like a yummy quest! :)

  3. Julie Says:

    Those lights are just so delightful!
    What is a ‘toasted cheese sandwich’? Is that like our grilled cheese sandwiches…
    Julie

  4. kirsty A Says:

    Sorry. Completely forgot about 10 Things this month. Some cool pictures here to scrap

  5. Julie Wanda Says:

    I love this post! Now that it’s not 100 degrees in SoCal (actually, it’ s below 70, so we’re all freezing), a toasted cheese sandwich sounds lovely. With pickles.

  6. Jemma @ Just-Jimjams Says:

    Fab photos – I must take more! I love that one of the illuminated HoP – I do miss living closer to London.

  7. Michelle Says:

    Great photos Shimelle!! I love the photos of your kitchen and of the Thames and the horse show, especially. You were in WI???!!!! If so, oh it would of been so fun to of met you! Planning on making your pumpkin cupcakes this week. :)

  8. Maxi Says:

    Which stall is the toasted cheesies on? We usually queue up for the chorizo ones….Yummo!

  9. Monica Says:

    I sure can understand why you are eager to scrap these photos! Seams like some great stories. Hope we get to see you scrap some of them…

  10. Mel Says:

    Can’t wait to see the pages you make with these! Great idea for a ’10 Things’, too – making a mental note to steal (er, I mean, be inspired by!!) that idea ;)

  11. Sinead Says:

    Love these photos – definitely some inspiration to get scrapping :D Can’t wait to see the layouts you make with them! Hope you’re feeling a bit better too xx

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