So, I'm on the ball again and finished with last week's page and it's only Sunday afternoon. I have been lacking in so much inspiration this week, so it was nice to just sort of sit back and do something else that doesn't require any large amount of originality.
Another Print & Cut week title page I created using Silhouette Studio software.
I added another insert for pictures that I would have never scrap booked but I wanted to include because this was my boys' first hockey game. I used Design F and cut off the two 4 x 6 pockets on the right. I also didn't have any pictures for the backside, and instead of leaving the back of the pictures showing. I cut mats from Cobalt cardstock and added it to each pocket so that it would all look uniform.
I created these two 4 x 6 photo collages using Photo Shop Elements 10. I love picture progressions and I think I am going to try to do more, maybe some oriented just horizontally, in the future.
As you can see, I also had fun adding some print & cut tags and then stapling them on the photos or the journaling cards I have to say, I am generally not one to immediately jump into trends. In fact, I ignore a plenty of them, but I broke down and purchased one of these wonderful little tiny attachers by Tim Holtz and I love it. I've seen them everywhere and for quite a while didn't get what the big deal was. I am firmly on the bandwagon now. If for no other reason than when I'm in a hurry I don't have to glue anything down - I can just staple it!
Becky Higgins PL Design A & F
Paper: BH PL Cobalt cardstock, American Cardstock, Wassau bright white
Silhouette: Numerous Print & Cut elements
Kerri Bradford: Observations element
Spellbinders: scallop hearts
Jillybean Soup: Scallop cardboard rectangle
Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher
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