1909 – Ann Mclachlan

Good morning everyone

We have another beautiful layout by Ann to show you, but first we need to announce the winner of the Friday Freebie. ScrappySue of Wellingtontown, please email your address to contactus@paperpesto.co.nz and we’ll get those albums etc off to you a.s.a.p.

We’d also like to make mention here of something we were put onto by one of our DT members, Michelle Whorwood, on her blog. She says:
Rachel is a kiwi scrapper living in Kuala Lumpar since October 2007 with her DH (shall we call him scrubby) and her two adorable children A and M. For the last seven weeks Rachel has been taking part in a scrapping competition by Scrap-n-Crop’s Project Scrap Away. Each week someone is eliminated. Rachel has created some beautiful layouts during the last seven weeks. Rachel is the only kiwi in this international competition. So why does she need your help? She has the opportunity to blog her way to immunity and this is how you can help.

Leave a comment on Rachel’s blog at this link and you earn her a point.
If you mention her name and Project Scrap Away (PSA) on your blog she gets an extra point.
Then go to PSA blog and leave a comment on this post here and type Rachel’s friend with a link to your blog.

Let’s go and help a fellow kiwi out! Go Rachel!

Well, PP can now earn Rachel an extra point – can any of our readers help? In fact I recognise many of the names that have already left comments.

Last, but by no means least, Ann has been on a roll this month and has produced another amazing heritage layout using the July kit. She put this page together by utilising the off cuts left over from all of the other layouts that she’s made – clever lady (but we knew that already).

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4 Responses to 1909 – Ann Mclachlan

  1. scrappysue says:

    yay thanks ladies! what a way to start the week!

  2. Rachel says:

    Oh you guys are fantastic 🙂 Thanks so much.
    Really appreciate your support.

  3. Nancy says:

    I love your ‘don’t throw anything away’ attitude, Ann. Great layout made up of scraps!

  4. Paula says:

    Love all the blocks of paper great background for the photo.

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