Kayjay has just released a brand new kit - It's called Lucky Day and can be found over at Digital Arts Cafe for just $2.99
It has some lovely elements and great papers, I especially love the dotty one.
Here is a preview for you;
I've had a bit of a bad week and probably shouldn't have really made a layout until I'd given myself a boot up the backside and stopped feeling so sorry for myself.
I discovered this poem/story written by Emily Perl Kingsley when on a parenting course and wanted to put it into a scrapbook page as it means a lot to me.
(credits - story - Emily Perl Kingsley)
Whilst trying to make another layout this little story was always at the back of my mind so I thought I would incorporate it into a layout.
My son was assessed with Autistic Spectrum disorder when he was just three; he has social, language and communication delays, attends a special school four afternoons a week and is really coming on in leaps and bounds.
Usually I can cope with anything but I've got myself all wound up because he didn't get a sticker at his Hip-Hop dancing lesson the other night like his brother did - and when he got home he was sobbing his little heart out - and I just couldn't get him to understand that the dance teacher was given his brother a sticker to encourage him to keep going to dancing.
His younger brother hasn't been assessed as being on the spectrum, though I think he should be, he has the same delays with social, language and communication but has a better level of understanding.
Each day I count myself lucky for having two such special boys, they are happy, loving and I am so proud of every milestone and achievement they reach.