Another preview of a UFO…. an UnFinished Object in quilters terms… Pretty sure we can use the same concept as scrappers!
Day 2! I just finished Day 3 – I am not in love with it; it may change but it’s in the book so probably not. I do have pictures printed & in the sleeves thru yesterday – so I am calling that a win!
Day 2…. The left side page had 2 versions – sometimes you just gotta rip it apart and start over. I didn’t completely rip apart, but I did take off the Lego box picture, reprint & add some more goodies.
Day 1 is in the books! I have photos for days 2 & 3 printed – so maybe tonight? I haven’t taken a photo yet today… of anything…. I don’t have a fever or anything; just haven’t taken any pictures yet today. I better get on it!
It is December 3rd – and I just finished Day 1 of December Daily 2012! Here is a sneak peak (also on Instagram). I am enjoying this again because it is forcing me to be intentional with our time together – especially with Andy in school 2 days a week this year.
Here are another 3 days from last year. I will start posting 2012 soon.
It’s nearly December 2012! Time to finish sharing my 2011 December Daily. It has been finished & sitting on my mantle for most of the year. I had fun walking my mother-in-law through it when they were in town recently. She had seen most of the pictures, but seeing them with the stories attached is different. I wish I had more photos & stories from my childhood. I hope Andy enjoys these when he is older. He is still little enough that looking at “old” pictures is great fun!
I have finished the entire book! YEA! Kevin still has to journal a bit in a few spots so they will be bare, but in general – it’s all finished. I will be uploading & discussing a few days at a time. First up is the Title Page.
Well it is Saturday and I was expecting to wake up to a blanket of white covering up my already green grass and blooming daffodils. The weather forecasters say it’s still coming – they just had the time wrong but we will see! It is cold however…. brrr!
As I am working on my website and setting up my business offerings one area that I thought I needed to put some effort into was taking one set of pictures and making multiple layouts to show just how different a page can look with the same content & in this case – very similar layouts. This is scrap-lifting at it’s best for scrappers out there – for potential customers – this is why I am here – to help you take your pictures and make them great and within your personality (and cost because time is a factor & these don’t all take the same amount of effort to make).
Option1 – Simple B&W layout.
Option 2 – traditional paper layout (or paper-look)
Option 3 – The shabbier the better (embellishments & fun stuff)
I also wanted to share a larger size of one of the pages so that you can see the journaling & the actual picutres. The longer I have been scrapping the more I LOVE journaling and this is one area I hope my clients come to love – I will take your pictures and make a layout that you can see via a proof gallery on my website… then you send me your thoughts on the event/situation and I will incorporate those into the page.
I hope you like them – I am still working on taking more of my existing artwork and editing it for my website. The site developer should have the basics loaded Monday at which point I can start adding my pictures & arranging the site.
Have a great weekend!
Credit goes out to Meryl Bartho from DSP and Natali of Natali Design for the use of some of their images in these layouts.
I can’t resist sharing a few recent projects with you.
First, this is a card that I made for a friend who is in hospice and also a fellow card maker.
Next are a few recent digital scrapbook pages that I have made for myself – these are the start of my new son Andy’s baby album (well one of his albums anyway). 🙂