25 November 2008

Scrapaholics: Click here http://doinglife.co.za/ and enjoy!


Hosted By: Desíre Fourie

Assisted By: Michelle Ramsay

Saturday, 6 December 2008


Price: R650.00

Come and treat yourself once again to a fun-filled day with me-time and scrapping

decadence at Makaranga’s Conference Centre in Kloof, Durban, South Africa.

Create & Complete 2 double page layouts (inclusive of photographs) (Kits provided)

Refreshments throughout the day, including lunch. Loads of surprises during the course of the day!

Doing Life’s On Site Shoppe will be stocked with scrapping candy and a surprise new item or two.

For more information email Desíre [See email in side bar]


  1. I am waiting in anticipation for a brand new layout!!! No pressure

    Lots of love

  2. Hi, good photos, good blog!
    Look from Quebec Canada

    WWG :)

  3. Hi Desire,
    wonderful to read your blog again, lewks like you are a busy girl!!
    take care

  4. Wow you have been very very busy!!! Good luck with your new online store!

  5. Anonymous8:42 AM

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  6. Great blog and nice pictures!It´s really interesting to read in your blog!We are really interest about your country because maybe 2009 will go my daughter to South Africa!

  7. Oh My Gosh, Your Layouts ...are amazing! Somehow, I found your blog last night. Don't ask me how I
    got to it, LOL. I was just breathless looking at your black and white
    photographs on the slide presentation. You color photographs are
    fabulous. You capture such "essence" in the "people" shots.

    Then, I worked my way down your blog page. I just could not believe
    what you have done with your photos and your scrapbooking layouts! I
    have never seen a technique like yours! The technique is reminiscent
    of the turn of the century (1800s to 1900s). I had to return today to
    show my husband the amazing work that you do. He was as impressed as I.
    How do you do it? Such patience!!!! It sure shows in the end result.
    Keep up the fabulous work!

    I just had to share how wonderful your work is. Wow!

    Chris Christensen
    St. George, Utah USA

  8. Hi Desire,

    Thanks for stopping in at my blog, and taking the time to read and share that latte! My blog has become, in a way, my journal of sorts and along with it, the additional gift of meeting new people :-) My Ducks have been such a joy, and bring an element to the garden like non other, but I still need to introduce the rest of 'the clan' on my blog, at some stage...ps...I do not live on a farm, just a normal house on an acre of land. As long as they have their pond/water and a food dispenser they are happy (even when we're away), and like the rest of my chickens, are free range, so also pick from the garden, which keeps them happy! :-)...they're a treat in the veggie patch!

    Take care until next time

  9. Desire, I have not visited your blog for awhile, it is truly spectacular. Your talent is exceptional & I just love your new style stamping cards they are masterpieces. Jenny Reid

  10. Super site Desire - well done you.
    You know I love your layouts. I haven't done much scrapbooking recently - but when I do I'll shall be heading over here for inspiration.
    hugs Heather xx

  11. Oh, it sounds like fun!!

  12. Hi Desire

    Wishing you all the success with your Makaranga day. Sorry I won't be there to share it this time! Pop on over to my blog, there's an award there waiting for you! You DESERVE it!


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