Archive for March 17th, 2013

Time to crop. I crop – do you?


Lots of goodies on the table :)

Nice shot by SanFranAnnie
This photo was taken on April 28, 2012 using a Leica D-LUX 4.

Rohan eating apples

Rohan eating apples scrapbooking page with ribbon ties

I adore threaded satin ribbon and had to add this to my little boys page and I had fun making those heart bites on the poser apples.

By blushbutter

This photo was taken on October 16, 2007


A Baby Page

Scrapbooking Album

This page is wallpapered with green paper that has stars. The side border is easy. You cut a strip of daisies from daisy paper and put little slits where you can to weave either a ribbon or a paper piece. Square are punched from a square maker and attached to the sheet. Then either letters stickers are put on or letter stamps can be used. Just be use all your products are acid free.

By sweethappychick

This photo was taken on March 2, 2010 using an Apple iPhone.

Jump! A Day at the Beach.

Scrapbooking Page Jump

Beach shots are always fun especially when there is action in the photos. This is a simple page that really brings out the feel of a fun day at the beach. The flowers match the color of the flowers on the swim suit. This can be done easily using the color match feature that is included in most digital scrapbooking programs. Pages can be done digitally and then you can still add embellishments or lettering to spice up the page.

By Alanna George

This photo was taken on December 22, 2009 using a Nikon D80

Our Precious Baby Boy Lachlan


Babies are a precious gift and make cute pictures. I love the patterns and the color scheme in this page. It really brings out the feeling of the Irish. Ths side sticker strips blend in nicely with the background paper and the paper pieces used.

By sweethappychick

This photo was taken on January 14, 2010 using an Apple Iphone

Happy St. Patty’s Day

2011 Family Album 4.0 - Page 041

Here’s a page I made for my boys creating leprechaun traps. Always a lot of fun and makes for a great page. No luck catching any this year, but there’s always next year. One day we’ll catch one of those little guys!

Photo / Page by Cindy