Monday, February 6, 2012

LOAD - 2,3,4, & 6

LOAD2 - I did my Move More, Eat Well pages, but didn't want to share them on the LOAD Flickr group, so I also created this layout which is helping me track all my "to do's" for the month of February!

LOAD3 - the prompt was "Look at Me Now".  I had fun with this layout - it's digi and everything is from Studio Miki's "Glorious" kit.  I haven't done the journaling yet, but it will talk about how I used to be so shy and unsure of myself and how although I haven't given up my introvert tendencies, I've definitely learned to compensate! The younger "me" is a photo from 1978, when, as a junior in high school, I was inducted into the National Honor Society.  Watch for a reuse of the newer photo on Friday! :)

LOAD4 - on the 4th, I went to a shorter day crop.  I was only there from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and all I took to work on was Rachel's "School of Life" album. Less to pack and I'm working on the whole "FOCUS on one thing at a time" deal.
All of the pages I completed on Saturday were fairly simple and mostly school  and class photos.
But I managed to complete a total of FOURTEEN pages!  Her album from Kindergarten to Sixth grade is really starting to take shape. Which I guess is a good thing considering she's a senior in high school!

LOAD5 - after doing 14 pages on Saturday, I decided to observe the sabbath and give my creativity a rest.

LOAD6 - the prompt was "Little Girl Dreams".  This layout looks like it could fit the prompt, but the journaling tells a different story.

I used Katie Pertiet's "Destination Seaside" #4 paper and "Notebook Edge Mask" #3. One of the easiest digi pages I've done in a long time!

Seriously, when was the last time you saw this much scrapbooking from me??? I'm thinking maybe LOAD was a good idea after all!

10 comments:

Amy said...

LOAD is sounding to be very productive for you indeed. I think I need your to-do list though ... you fit a lot in each day!

Maria Ontiveros said...

I adore that last digital page, and I'm so impressed with how many pages you got done at the crop.
Rinda

Karen said...

Gos Cheri what a lot of pages! I absolutely love your last one, it has such an ethereal quality about it.

Melissa said...

Wow, great job on the scrapbooking (and focusing on one thing during your crop!). I love the checklist - I have my Twelve checklist displayed in my craft room where I can see it, and it simply makes me smile every time I add some bling to mark another layout.

scrappyjacky said...

You're being amazingly productive,Cheri....and like Rinda, I just love that last page.

Sian said...

Wow, LOAD certainly seems to be working for you! I love the two "you's" - you really haven't changed much at all

quiltingfool said...

You are truly an inspiration! You accomplish more in one day than I do in a month, and you're always worried that you didn't do enough. You have so much talent in so many areas, that it's breathtaking to me to know that you are mine. I take no credit, you became who you are through your own efforts. But who you are makes me so proud. You will leave so much beauty and love as your legacy. How many of us can say the same thing? I'm so proud to say you are my daughter.

alexa said...

Amazing! I don't know how you fit it all in! And your Ocean page is just stunning - what a lovely detail to notice. :)

Cheryl said...

Way to go! Love the Oceanside LO and seeing your you page. Very clever to track your month's foci, but I have to admit that looking at all your daily tasks makes me slightly anxious - that's a lot to keep up with!

Karen said...

WOW! Great pages, and I'm another fan of that stunning page about Ocean City.