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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Favorite Layouts from February 2013

February was a slow month - only three layouts to choose from. I must have been taking a long break after a layout a day in January.  Here are all three of them.

This is my favorite for the month, and one of my all time favorite layouts. I like the photography, and I love the architectural sketch of the museum that I found online. You can click on this to see a little larger version of it.

Double Album Templates IV by Scrapping with Liz; Summered, Hello Add-on Solid Papers and Torn Bits 5 by creashens
architectural sketch by Renzo Piano

Miller talking on the phone with a grandma. He would always want to call her and he could talk for hours.
Recyclables 20 by Scrapping with Liz; You Make Me Happy When Skies Are Gray by Scrap Orchard Designers

Finally, this one is a layout about blowing kisses. When we were brushing teeth one night Miller told me that if you blew a kiss at someone and they didn't catch it, the kiss would still follow them. Quite a while ago, I blew Miller a kiss and he pretend caught it and then ate it. Ever since then, that's what we always do when someone blows us a kiss. Also, I also tried to do a black and white sketch look to the photo.
You & Me by Sugary Fancy; Cardstock Essentials by Karla Dudley
Everyday Essential Cardstock by Gina Marie Huff

Thanks for stopping by!

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful LO's, as always. I have been a fan of your artistic creations for awhile. Your photography is always the star, and you always seem to use the perfect elements with the perfect placement. I LOVE your sketch image! Did you use PS filters, or a specific action? I've been playing with making sketches, but have not been able to achieve a look I'm satisfied with yet.

    By the way, I had meant to comment back when you posted your fireworks pictures. Your old camera is the same as I have now, and you made me aware that my lousy firework pictures were definitely the result of the user. I can no longer blame the camera. ;)