And here is my little girl in another layout I did last year. I love tuxedo cats.
Saturday, January 31, 2009
Sunday, January 18, 2009
First mini kit, these birches are in my neighbors back yard. We had an ice storm in December, not as bad as the one in 1998, but still a lot of damage. I stopped the car in the middle of the street and hopped out with my camera to snap this pic.
Then last night a speed scrap, where you are given seven instructions over one hour and then have another hour to complete the LO. I kind of fell into the red/pink with this because I was trying to us an ESS kit and this was all I had. But I think it came out very well. I like speed scraps because of how they make me do different things than I would on my own.
Speaking of slumber kitty, he is lying half in my lap, half on my laptop as I type.
Off to watch for the next ADSR Challenge!
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
I must say, I think this is my best work to date. Although it still takes me way, way, way too long. I'm just too fussy I guess!
Sunday, January 11, 2009
This is my very first digital scrapbook page, created in Dec '07. It is painful for me to look at!
Credits: December 2007 Challenge Kit at DigiByDesign. Vladimir Script Font
And this is my rescrap. Much better!
Saturday, January 10, 2009
There were a few Twilight kits that came out around then too, so I decided to make her something she could use as wallpaper.
One of the fonts used is called Porcelain. I thought that was appropriate for a man with cold, hard white skin! LOL
Wednesday, January 7, 2009
I'll bet most of you who wander over here know what that is already, but for those of you who don't know, this is a cyber-race hosted by Natural Designs in Scrapbooking . Teams of two scrapbookers race around the digi-world, completing two digital scrapbook pages per week and collecting prizes along the way. Just like on TV, there are roadblocks and detours and even intersections (where you both complete one layout together.)
So here is the layout I completed for the first challenge. This kit is from one of my favorite designers - Brittney of Britt-ish Designs. And of course, my chosen topic is Disney, this time my grand-children from a trip in April 2007. The rules for this challenge were to rip/tear a photo into at least three pieces (I chose to hang them from the little ribbon there) and there had to be journaling.
The second layout this week was an Intersection. We had to do a layout about Cabin Fever. My race partner lives in Washington State and I live in Maine. We both had huge snowstorms at about the same time so decided to go with that theme (our other choice was a cruise cabin - from a cruise we went on in Sept 08, Disney of course). We had to use specific numbers of items, like 4 papers, 8 elements, 3 photos. And we had to collaborate on the layout. Our styles are very complimentary don't you think? Credits for the two kits used go to sussieM_designs and Peta Boardman.
OK, so I'm off to continue reading Eclipse before dozing off. Thanks for visiting!