Friday, March 7, 2014

Scrapbooking Shares #4

My final post of layouts created during Layout A Day in February:

A quick simple layout using a template by Studio Rosey Posey and a digi paper by Studio Miki and a current photograph lifted from Facebook!

 Another Studio Miki quick page. I plan to add some private journaling about future dreams behind this layout.

 Here's another photo I've had sitting around forever and decided to get onto a layout during LOAD. My co-workers in 2006 at Project Management Boot Camp. The orange paper at top pulls out from behind the photo to reveal a little about the event and identify all the people in the photo.

 The prompt for this layout required rolling a die to determine the order in which we would approach the layout.  I got "paper - embellish - photo - design - title - story".  I used the prompt to do this design team layout using Krystal Hartley's brand new FADED kit (and it is absolutely gorgeous)!  You can get four full kits including this one at ScrapStacks this month for just $5 total.

Another "precious" story converted to a layout.

The prompt for this final layout was to do something emulating a style that is not your own. I chose a layout by a fellow LOADster and copied both her subject matter (though we don't watch any of the same television shows) and her basic design.  This clearly isn't my normal style but I'm very happy with the finished result!


alexa said...

Gosh, you are really whizzing ahead with the digital ... I especially like that second one and the great quote.

scrappyjacky said...

Love the one with your 3 'little' girls....beautiful colours and elements.

Candace said...

The TV faves is a great idea. I might have to scraplift.

Karen said...

Wow, more great layouts! I'm another fan of the TV faves layout. We've gotten addicted to a couple series this year, and I should document it!

Sian said...

Well done with your LOAD. You have achieved a lot

Alison said...

Great selection of layouts, have certainly achieved a lot this last month!
Alison xx

Maria Ontiveros said...

I've enjoyed all your LOAD layouts. My favorites were the simple ones documenting stories of single people (like the difficult story you told).
I love the Walking Dead, but I've given up on Chicago Fire (it just seems too disjointed and soapy to me).