I haven't shared in AGES. So here are some (not all, we'd be here forever) of my fave pages from the last few months I have been without my scrappy laptop for 3 weeks now, I'm hoping to get it back tomorrow. Scrapping on dh's laptop is difficult because he hovers over me, wanting it back lol. Plus, his keyboard is REALLY hard to use because you have to punch the keys so hard, I miss letters constantly.
First, 3 cards:
And some layouts:
This one is being published in the Log Your Memory Yearbook
I am currently obsessed with using busy backgrounds
This one is also a free QP on my blog
And this one was for SNR magazine
LOVE the cards! Especially the love birds and the retirement one. I wish we saw more cards from you! Do you cut the images out, or printed like that? ((The boat looks like it's cut out))
The went wrong page is hilarious. I don't know if you meant to, but you have a couple spelling errors. Must be dh's laptop, LOL. Where and awkward in the first line.
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I didn't actually even print the cards out. I have a picture of a blank card, I just took the jpeg and skewed it and put it on the card picture ... I did print them out for the occasions, but I tend to do that at night and can't get a good pic ... so I do that instead So, to answer your question - no cutting.
Confused on how yo do your cards, but LOVE them. Very cute. Love seeing buncjphes of LOS from you again too....it's been too long.
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What!? I would have never guessed. When are you going to get your Etsy shop up and going? I'd love to buy our holiday card from you.
But these ones I printed at night and can't get a good pic at night, so I have a picture of a blank card and I just put the photoshop image on top of it and skew it to make it look like it's actually on the card. I need to take some other pics of blank cards on sunny days though so I have a variety of backgrounds. And yes, way too long ... I'm trying to get better!
I don't know, I just love your style! Seriously, you could make good money designing photo cards/announcements and selling them on Etsy.