And the winner is . . .
Cindy Gay said... I love the zipper photo. Just keep creating, don't go back......go on to something else and you get better and better the more memories you scrap!
I am trying to adhere to your words of wisdom. I recently read a post by another blogger who also said, "better done than perfect". So I shall continue to create and stop trying to make perfect pages.
Congrats Cindy. Please email me your address.
New LO: Class of 2007
I completed this LO for a really neat challenge. In this challenge we are grouped into teams. The leader of the group gets a sketch and creates a LO based on that sketch. The leader then passes her LO (not the original sketch) to the next person in her team. The 2nd individual then creates a LO based on the sketch given to her. She then passes it on to the next member of her team. When everyone has created their LO we then share it and compare the LOs created to the original sketch. Since we all have different perspective it is going to be interesting to see what the final sketch looks like.
So here is the beautiful LO I received from Monica.
So here is my take on Monica's LO. For my LO I chose to use only two photos instead of four. I used the additional two spaces for embellishments instead. I also put the border in the middle of the page rather than at the bottom. My border was a little shorter than I wanted it to be leaving an left an empty space on the left side of the page. So I added the girl in the clock. The clock is a die from Tim Holtz. The lady in the clock is from the Debutante papers which are part of Graphic 45's Fashionista collection.
A closer look at the embellishments. Funny, there are more embellishments in this LO than there are photos. That's what I get for talking about folks who do that in their own LOs. LOL.
As always, thanks for stopping by . . .