Thank you to all who visited me for Pink Sunday - I'm still trying to get to the over 100 sites that participated. So much wonderful PINK to view!!!
This is just a two page spread from the Christmas album I did for a swap I'm in - don't want to show too much just in case my partner stops by here to visit.
The postage stamp ornament is on popdots so a photo can slip part way underneath. The stocking on the bottom page is attached with jump rings so its free swinging. Oops, forgot I wanted to add some cotton to the top of the stocking, didn't have any with me at the scrapbook crop.
There are 12 pages in this album.
This is a page for my pal Hilda's Disney album. Her daughters Kassidy and Elayna and their cousin Alexis - having a fun time. Kept this spread rather simple as it was a single photo, used a couple of others similar to it on another spread, so just used sticker words to express what they experienced.
Another Disney layout, the girls are in front of a SnowWhite garden in Epcot and since there were no photos of the girls with any of the princess characters I used this one as a princess type page with all the pink and SnowWhite sticker. I don't feel its finished yet though. I really want 'something' on the left hand side on the strips, but 'WHAT' is eluding me!
This is my 7 year old, Kerri thoroughly enjoying herself at Cade's Cove last summer. We met up with Hilda and her mom and daughters for a wonderful week in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Another pick of Kerri during our trip, this time at the Old Tyme Photo Shop in Dollywood. Her grandma has been wanting a tin type photo of Kerri for awhile now and they decided on the prohibition era setting. Againk kept it simpl so the photo is the main attraction and just enhanced with ribbon and neutral colored flowers.
Have some running to do. I will be back on later today with the winner of my 1 week blog anniversary giveaway. Everyone who posted the past week will be included in the drawing. Kerri asked if she could pull the name out, so will let her do it when she gets home from school. Sorry, I didn't do it over the weekend, but better late than never. See you later today.