My 16 year old son and his sweet girlfriend.
My sister getting ready for her wedding
A very simple page to do with interesting results.
Emmy and her Aunts taken before her senior Homecoming dance to which she was Queen!
This is a poker run to raise money for the Make a Wish foundation.
This page uses four different feminine patterns for the bottom layer of this page. On the left side is an arch of pink flowers. The flower pieces are sold in packages and you can mix and match the different colors and patterns to make different flowers. Some flowers on this page have three layers and some have two layers. The more layers the bigger the flower is. To add variety to the arch different size flowers were used. The archway of flowers holds the page together nicely.
By scrappin in TN
This photo was taken on August 4, 2007 using a Kodak DX6490 Zoom.
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 scrapbook page shows that even the simplest touches make a page great. This pages uses only mats for the photos. A corner rounder was used on the photos and inside mats as well. This give the photos a nice clean look. The page is straight forward and no journaling is necessary.
This photo was tken on November 18, 2006 using a Kodak CX6330 Zoom.
This is a simple but eye catching page. Two mats are put down where the photos will go. The photos can either be the size of the mat or for a more dramatic look alittle smaller. The only embellishments on the page are simple flowers with rhinestone centers. A half circle is on the side with slits cut into it and ribbon weaved through the slits.
This photo was taken on March 2, 2010 using an Apple iPhone.