Thursday, February 5, 2015

Five Faves

The only photos I took in January were a few for an online class... so no new favorites to share this month. No worries... it is LOAD month, so I'll be doing (and sharing) plenty of scrapbooking!

Here are my layouts from December's Faves:

Created with an old quick page template from Miki Ferkul "Cornucopia" kit

Make with another old QuickPage template - "Summer Fun" by Cilenia Curtis

Made with Krystal Hartley's newest collab kit "B Mine 4Ever".  I think my shadowing is a little off - I'm learning my way around PSE13, having just upgraded from PSE10 and things look very different on my laptop than on my desktop for some reason!

9 comments:

Karen said...

Ah, LOAD! Good for you; you're off to a good start. I especially like the last one---it's one of my fave photos of yours, and read and black are faves, too!

Melissa said...

Oh FUN - you're always so productive during LOAD. Looking forward to seeing all your creations.

scrappyjacky said...

Love that last page....and the flowers look real!!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Last night I put together two very quick photo books at Shutterfly for Clara (cross country and track seasons for last year). They still need journaling, and I want to do one for her fall cross country season. Very simple, but it will be great to have them done!
I also ordered some photos to scrap.
Rinda

MonicaB said...

Good luck with LOAD! It always amazes me that someone can do a page a day. Your pages are beautiful I really like the last one, everything just works so well together.

Miriam said...

You are so productive Cheri, it would take me weeks to come up with three LO, all of which are lovely.

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

Yes, as Miriam says, you really are incredibly productive. I can't imagine doing a LOAD! Lovely photo of your girls together.

Karen said...

I love these and totally disagree with your comment about the shadowing. I had to look really hard at your third one because I thought it was a paper layout rather than a digital one.

Missus Wookie said...

Shadowing is tricky stuff, I've not quite mastered it but was delighted to discover that there are some CreativeLive free classes that cover it.