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After looking at the picture of this LO I had to add more to it, it had blanks that bugged me.
You will have to go my photo stream to see them side by side but I think it looks better.
Again the silhouette cut file is from Kinsey Wilson's blog and the picture frames are from Katie Pertiet
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Yay. We are done! Whew. I'm going to miss it, but my poor house needs cleaning badly.
Chipboard Letters: Basic Grey; Grungeboard Numbers: Tim Holtz; Paint: Ranger.
Scraplift of Lesley Graffham/cheekymole here: www.flickr.com/photos/97308144@N04/15545494902/
Killed my October CKC kit!
Do a style you don't normally do.
I didn't really follow the prompt, although I feel I try lots of different styles. Had to do a send-off page. Had "loads" of fun and enjoyed seeing everyone's LO's. Thank you for all the kind comments.This will be my only LOAD for the year, but I will be back for LOAD215. See you then, if not sooner.
Used MME Life Stories for the background which I stained, splattered, inked and painted. All other papers are Basic Grey. My title was cut with my Silhouette.
This is totally not my style, I find angled photos like this quite hard to use, but I did enjoy this challenge, not a quilt style pattern or sewing machine in sight!
I've iploaded two photos because the light here is terrible!
I couldn't resist doing one more layout, but instead of for LOAD, it's ABOUT LOAD.
LOAD28 The Stack- This is "the stack" digi style. This is one of the reasons I love LOAD. The community and encouragement is the best. What a great month. Thanks to all.
Silhouette cut file from Kinsey Wilson's blog
it's been a rough week for me scrapbooking. The journaling has been tough, the inspiration has been hard to come by or the pictures just don't speak to me like usual. Today I just needed something easy. No fancy technique, no heart-wrenching story, no pouring over my boxes to find the "perfect picture". This took me all but 20 minutes. And that's the way I like it. So happy to be documenting this. I never scrap in the moment, so I never get to capture those little things people say or the emotions I felt right there. This was something that happened yesterday and while I didn't take this picture of her right then and there, I have tons of pictures of her in the kitchen cooking and in my memories this is exactly how I'll remember her face when I read this journaling. Lain wanted something I am passionate about and there is nothing I love more in this world than my grandmother.
Can you believe it's almost over?
I skipped the prompt once again today. I did another birthday page, but this time on a much lighter note. This one is from 1985 at one of my favorite jobs. I was going to do an orange page today, but while looking for paper I came across this October Afternoon line - Farmhouse - that I recently bought at my LSS. I forgot I had it and I had to use it - today! One more to go.
I've been meaning to make one of these collection pages since my first LOAD. And since this is my 5th completed LOAD, it's kinda like my LOADaversary or something. ;)
SO here's mine. I thought it would be a good "bonus" page for today. All of my pages (minus 2 or 3 that were similar to something in the grid) all lined up, all pretty like.
It all began in May 2009- my 1st layout a day with Lain Ehmann and here I am completing my 5th LOAD! It feels great to accomplish so many pages in a set number of days. Who knew making a page a day really is do-able? Albums begun, albums completed, memories captured, memories remembered. this is so much fun. enjoy this time.
Thanks all for your sweet comments and for inspiring me everyday!
See you in MAY!
Hoy presento mi proyecto Nº10. esta fotografía de imaginación a una puerta. Que adelante nos espera lo que mas deseamos. El día esta fea, mucha humedad. Asique no pude fotografiar mucho, pero si esta que me gusto mucho. Espero que les guiste. Y gracias por sus comentarios y sus criticas. Me ayudan a crecer. Saludos :)
Today I present my project No. 10. this picture of imagination to a door. What awaits us below what most want. The day is ugly, high humidity. I so do not shoot much, but if I liked a lot. Hope you Guiste. And thank you for your comments and criticisms. They help me grow. Greetings :)
Just a little thank you to everyone for a wonderful 28 days.
My pile of layouts makes me happy, and the community we have here makes me even happier!
Layout A Day Day 28: Scrapbooking your passion. My Girls: 2010. MemoryWorks Express Kit (April 2011). Cell phone pics.
NOTE: OH YEAH! OH YEAH! Downloaded my camera software and Picasa onto hubby's laptop and I'm back in action!! And his computer is sooooooo much faster than mine! Also why I re-added today's layout, along with the layouts from the past three days...much better photos than those from my cell phone. HAPPY DANCE!!
My escape is more mental than physical. Downton keeps me sane.
Last one for today as im off to bed after a hard day crafting at retreat :) we cut the letters on the cricut and used to o to cut the photo out.
I have lifted Susan's layout
It jumped out at me and I love it!
So I'm gonna start today and work back to catch up. This is today's entry, featuring a photo of my son when he was younger in the pool while we were on hols in Spain.
Yay for the last day! I got so much done. In this one kiddo is touching his aunt's belly. She is about 6 months pregnant.
My normal style is very linear so I wanted to do a vintage-y layout. I've also NEVER done the brush stroke title, nor have I done such a large ink splotch. Papers are from the Basic Grey Boxer collection
Paints, stamps, sprays and squirters but then (dun dun duuuuun!) the spray just made a complete an utter mess,
ruined a piece of lovely MME paper and I started again.
This time I decided to use a sketch as a guideline
so I could also use it as an entry into a Facebook Group February challenge.
Oh I did have fun, spraying, squirting, daubing and just about anything "ing" really!!
I really should take myself out of my comfort zone more often
as I had a great time creating the mess!
(if only I had a fairy godmother to tidy up)
I'm not the first, it's not the best, but I wanted to have some documentation about what I gained from this. I kept gravitating to the same fonts, patterned papers, colors and even that Tim Holtz embossing folder. So I thought I was pretty clever to put them all together one last time.
What a fun ride. Thank you for every nice comment, for every inspirational layout posted, for the teeny tiny bit of competition that helped me keep doing it.
Yay me. :)
And YAY YOU!
Here is a daytime version of my final roundup. (Last year was a night skyline.) Hard to believe we are two the end! It's been so fun!
I'm not a morning person, but waking up to a view like this makes it a bit better.
I scraplifted this layout by Susan Brochu: www.flickr.com/photos/102444136@N07/15364908588
I took a pic of my pile of layouts I did this month and actually (gasp!) hand journaled. Thanks everyone for a fantastic month!!
I was teary doing this page, a sweet reminder of a special time in NYC with friends & my oldest son.
A place I love and had always wanted to share with my boys... Priceless~
Today is the last day and I am missing you LOAD girls all already!
See you soon~
Since I did my berry inferno LO for the video, I thought I'd go off prompt and do a LO I almost did twice this month, yesterday for magic and for the when I grow up prompt! I LOVE Molly Weasley! I need to replace the photos, my printer was tempermental today and I found the dot to my 'i' in magic ;)
Fotografía Nº 314
Fotografía de Antonella, estos días tengo que estudiar mucho, pero voy bien por suerte, le estoy tomando la mando al estudio jajaja! Esta fotografía es en la ruta, esperabamos que no pasen ningun auto y aprovechabamos!
¡HOY ES MI CUMPLEAÑOS Nº21! No iba a subir foto hoy pero para mandarles saludos y que sepan que es mi cumple, saludos!
Una de las fotografías de ayer a la madruga que hice en una salida con Monica, empezamos a querer fotografiar las estrellas en larga exposición y terminamos en la ruta fotografiando en larga exposición como pasaban los autos/camiones para poder lograr este efecto, tiene unos 30 segundos de exposición por eso dejo una estela de luces por los colores del camion, espero que les guste! Saludos!
Fotografía Nº 192
El frio esta llegando, pero pude disfrutar antes de las playas de Mar del Plata, aunque de noche hacia frio y con humedad, en esta fotografía eran como las 20:30 de la noche, con mi papá fuimos a la playa que nos queda solo a 2 cuadras y puse el tripode, la camara, un diafragma bueno, con unos segundos en exposicion y salio esta fotografía, el agua con la luna, espero que les guste.
Photo No. 192
The cold is coming, but before I could enjoy the beaches of Mar del Plata, although the night was cold and wet in this picture were like 20:30 in the night, my dad went to the beach that we have only 2 blocks and put the tripod, the camera, a diaphragm good with a few seconds and went on display this photograph, water with the moon, I hope you like it.
Last Day...I am using my "stack" from the month for a quick layout...(don't look to close- as the sizing is a bit random and mixed). I love seeing it all on one spread. I may do a second layout on the prompt - but to make THIS one fit...I am thinking of a great quote from Dr. Seuss..."Don't cry because it is over...SMILE because it happened. :) At the end of LOAD - I get a little sad. I enjoy all of LOAD sisters pages from the new scrappers to the seasoned artists. It is hard to say goodbye to "Once Upon a Time" One of my faves to date!
Will add a line or two of journaling vertically on the left in the creamy margin after I talk to my brother about this - I think this was his first paying job! Taken in late 1976, just before I was married (I wrote the year on the ornament stem.) LOVE this photo - used washi to frame it.
Had planned to use the ornament as a mask, but technical difficulties...