These are my boys on Valentine’s Day. This page was done digitally and is the top part of my February calendar this year.
Page 2 uses the same paper, flowers and birds as page one which make this a perfect two page spread. I like the idea of having a group photo and the the individual photos above it. The colors on this page give it a mother’s day feeling.
This photo was taken on May 14, 2010 using a Sony DSLR-A100
This is a beautiful page. The browns work well with the pinks. There is a lot of detail in this page. The photo is matted twice first with a solid color and then a pattern. The flowers and the bird cage go well with the overall theme of the page. The embelllishments to make the swirls give the page a delicate and feminine touch.
This photo was taken on May 14, 2010 using a Sony DSLR-A100.
This is a great christmas page that takes a step back from the traditional green and red pages. There is still red and green in the page but the shades are different that what you might see in a lot of pages. The die cuts used in the page compliment the paper nicely.
By Captured Moments Scrapbooking
This photo was taken on March 6, 2013
This page has a heritage type look to it. There are many layers adding a lot of activity to the page but with the way it is laid out the picture is still the focal point. Having you page just be the background and the picture(s) standing out is the key to all good scrapbooking. The picture has a sepia tone to it with the hat only having color. Using heritage colors really compliments the picture.
By Anna Zaprelska
This photo was taken on September 29, 2012 using a Canon PowerShot G11.
Browns, green and pink for mom and dad. Will be beautiful with photos in a scrapbook! Colored paper was used to make photo boxes on these pages. On the mom page not all the boxes are cut straight. Some have a ripped look to it which adds a nice variety to the page. It is easy to achieve that look using a scallop tearing tool. The same idea was used with the green paper on the dad page. On the dad page you see white beside the green which gives it a ripped look. On the mom page you do not see that because the paper was flipped over and the paper just has an uneven look to it instead of ripped.
This photo ws taken on July 20, 2008.
A 4th of July page doesn’t always have to be about fireworks. The colors used on this page still give the page a 4th of July feel without using fireworks or stars. The flower was made by using 3 different colored flower pieces and then arranged to make a blossoming flower. Lettering can be found in a variety of colors and is a popular way to put a title on a page.
This photo was taken on May 1, 2009 using a Canon EOS 50D.