Monday, February 8, 2010

Two Classes; One Layout

It is always nice when one piece of work can count toward two tasks! Right now I am enrolled in Library of Memories at Big Picture Scrapbooking, which just started last week.  Our goal in the first week was to catalogue our older layouts to determine our "least common" layout.  And it made me sad to discover that layouts of people I love outside of my immediate family is what I am most lacking.  So the assignment is to create one of your least common layouts. 

At the same time, I am trying to catch up with Design Your Life (also at BPS).  So I grabbed Cathy Z.'s template from Week 2 - a study in assymetrical balance to use for my least common layout.  Final result:

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I am somewhat embarrassed that it is five years after the event and I am finally getting around to scrapbooking pictures from Krystal's wedding!

Credits:  Template: Cathy Zielski, Design Your Life Class; Papers: all Jessica Sprague "Beautiful Evidence"; title font - Scriptina; journaling font - Arial.

7 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

It may be late....but it's such a beautiful layout....I love it.

Sian said...

A perfect template to highlight those lovely photos :)

humel said...

Beautiful :-) Worth waiting for! And very clever to combine homework for two different classes ;-)

quiltingfool said...

Gorgeous layout of a gorgeous wedding. Better late than never. Is this all digi scrapbooking, or is some of it actual pages? You do such beautiful work, but I would want to be able to actually touch it and have it in physical form, which is why I don't do digital.

Karen said...

Great layout! It's never too late to scrap great photos. I'm still doing ones from 20+ years ago.

Cheryl said...

Beautiful LO! That's the best part of LOM... you're never "late" in scrapping your photos. :) Great way to combine assignments!

Amy said...

These photos are so lovely - what a great page! I love your use of drop shadows they make a big difference ... need to try some of those myself.