Tuesday, December 29, 2009
I have done collages digitally before (such as this one), but I really enjoy just trimming my pictures to make them work for me. Here are a few examples:
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Monday, December 7, 2009
1 package (4-serving size) Jell-O Pistachio Flavor Instant Pudding & Pie Filling
1 can (20 ounces) crushed pineapple in juice, undrained
1 cup miniature marshmallows
1/2 cup slivered almonds
2 cups thawed Cool Whip Topping
Stir the pudding mix, pineapple with juice, marshmallows and nuts in large bowl until well blended. Gently stir in whipped topping. Refrigerate 1 hour or until ready to serve. Garnish as desired.
Makes 8 servings
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Monday, November 23, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
Let me introduce Jessica Farris, our guest design team member for November. She is going to tell you about herself.
I'm Jessica from Virginia. I am a proud working mom of 4 who are the subjects of most of my scrapping. I found Jill's wonderful store from a post on Willow Traders about one of her sales on Thickers! Who can resist a Thicker sale? Once I placed my first order (for over 20 packs LOL) I have never looked back. Jill has always gotten any product I asked for and has a diverse inventory and fabulous prices. I am so honored to have been chosen to be November's Guest Designer and look forward to being a part of the MS community for many more seasons!
They are Telah Wrenn, known to many of you as bamabuttercup
Cherry Nelson, whose MB name is cjcherry.
Please help us welcome these two ladies. I hope to have their bios up on the blog within the next couple of days.
Congratulations to them both!
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
I must admit, I feel A LOT of pressure to create one - who wouldn't want to have a fun keepsake of all of the holiday traditions - old or new - that took place this year? As the December Daily traidtion goes, you are supposed to create and album with one page for each day of December - and you are SUPOSED to have the album completed and ready for photos/journaling/keepsakes before December actually rolls around. That way, you are more likely to ENJOY the process of filling the album.
Filling the album is NOT my problem - my problem is creating it. No matter how simple I say I want it, I see everyone else's cute, beautiful, embellished albums online and I WANT them!
I did create one last year and kept up with it until Christmas Day - it fell t the wayside after that. I loved going through it with my oldest child and remembering all of the fun things we had done.
So ladies, share your December Dailies with us and any tips YOU might have for creating them nd keeping them simple! What was YOUR favorite part of a past December Daily you created? What would you change? What would you keep the same?
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
That brings us to the call we are having.
Applying is quite simple, the details are below. You have until November 7th, and we would love to meet you and see your creations!!
Memorable Seasons is holding a Design Team search until Nov 7. Memorable Seasons is an on-line scrapbook store, gallery and message board dedicated to documenting all the seasons in your life. We are searching for one more designer to complete our team.To apply, please email the following to email@example.com
1.links to your online gallery, blog and/or resume, if available
2. your full contact information: name, phone number, email address, and mailing address. Include your message board name if you sign up for the gallery under a name other than your given name.
3. a short paragraph or two about why you want to be one of our designers – why this concept matters to you
4. a list of your current scrapbooking commitments – other DT work, etc
5. then upload to our gallery at http://www.memorableseasons.com/ the following photos or scans of 3 total projects to include
• one layout
• one card
• one altered item or an additional layout with multiple photos.
We prefer those who are not currently on a design team affiliated with a store. Manufacturer, sketch site or kit clubs with no stores attached are okay. If chosen, DT members will receive a kit each month for free from which they will be expected to create at least 4 projects including one or more cards. Additional projects should also be added to the gallery throughout the month. You must be active on the message board and participate in on line crops. You will receive free shipping on their orders from the store. We ask for an initial six month commitment which can be extended if both parties agree. We are sorry but we can only accept applications from US residents only.
If you have any questions, just contact Detta or Jill via the Message Board! We will be announcing our new member soon!!!!!!!!!
Monday, October 26, 2009
I think I’d like to separate this into supplies, tools, and embellishments.
The basic supplies I would keep would be assorted colors of cardstock, adhesive, pens in assorted colors, an album and page protectors.
The basic tools I would keep would be a paper trimmer and scissors. These items would do the job if all I wanted to do is get my pictures on the page and tell the story. but I want my pages to look pretty, too.
My basic embellishments would include letter stickers, basic punches like stars and flowers, patterned paper and a circle cutter.
My add ons would be buttons, brads, flowers and journal stamps. It is really hard to narrow it down, isnt' it? With so much beautiful stuff out there, how is a girl to choose.
What about you? What do you think you could get by with? What would your add ons be?
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
I know, we have all thought, "I am going to scrap those 25 days before Christmas this year, really I am!"... and then, we have three class parties on the same day, out of town guests, trips to the mall, and an ever growing to do list, all making us feel more than busy. Before we know it, it is October 20th of the FOLLOWING year and our Christmas Mini from LAST December is glaring up at us as we type a blog post... um, not that I know anyone currently doing that very thing.
So, what to do??? You know you want to make the mini, but will it get done???
YES!! And here is how...
PLAN AHEAD! Make that mini NOW! I mean it... get on the Memorable Seasons site and browse through all the great items Jill has stocked in the Christmas category. Fill up your cart, and get those goodies on their way to your doorstep.
Next step... actually make the book ahead of time!! I know, sometimes we like to wait to have photos, etc, but this is no time for all that preciseness. ( is preciseness technically a word? I don't know, but according to spell check, scrapbooking isn't so... we will see come spell check time.)
Seriously, pick a book to use, get your papers out, label them 1-25, and get them in there. You can take a step further and place some embellishments too. I know, it is crazy talk, pre-embellishing, but live on the edge!
If daily scrapping is simply not in the December time budget, pick a weekly day/time to devote at least on hour to the Mini Book... it won't take as long thanks to those pre-made pages!!
So... get those supplies together and go! Then upload your project to the Memorable Seasons Gallery for all to see!! We look foward to seeing your work... and hopefully before spring... or summer... or, gulp, next fall... !
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Hi everyone! I am Avina from the sunny island country of Singapore! Scrapbooking has been my creative outlet for the last 2 – 3 years, combining my need for a form of artistic expression and documentation of my family’s life. Before the little one came along, I used to be an instructor at my local scrapbook store teaching stamping & cards and fancy mini albums. Currently, I’m on the Moments Recorded challenge blog DT and have done a number of guest designer spots too. Thank you so much for having me here!--
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Monday, October 5, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Monday, September 28, 2009
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
My favorite size for cards is 5.5”x4.25". That is simply an 8.5x11 piece of cardstock cut in two which will make two cards. I buy the lighter weight white or ivory cardstock from the office supply store in bulk. Those are perfect for matting photos or typing journaling as well as cardmaking. This card fits in the size A2 envelope which is also available in bulk from the office supply. Sometimes, they are called invitation envelopes. If you take an 8.5 x 11 piece and just fold it in half, the A9 envelope is the correct fit. Those are called (fittingly) greeting card envelopes.
I know many of you have commented that you hate putting all that work into cards only to have the recipient toss it aside and not appreciate the gesture. I agree there are some who don't appreciate it but there are many many more who love the idea of you making something especially for them. It is truly a gift from your heart.
Remember that there are rules about mailing cards through the USPS. Envelopes must be rectangular and no smaller than 3.5” high x 5 inches long and no larger than 6 1/8” high x 11 ½” long. They must also be no thicker than 1/4" to be mailed at regular postage rates. Anything deviating from that or an irregular shape like a square will require extra postage as they must be handled by hand. That is why I tend to make flat cards for mailing. If I am going to hand a card to someone in person, I may add more embellishments like flowers or brads or ribbons.
The design team has agreed to start adding more cards to the gallery. I hope you will join us in using up our scraps. Look for a special announcement about cards at the crop!
Here are some sources for card ideas.
Jillibean Soup's Cards on Monday
and Hero Arts Blog
Saturday, September 19, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
We are very excited to announce our guest design team member for September is Carla-Rae Hagen. Carla says she found Memorable Seasons through pubcalls the last time we were looking for a new DT member. Lucky for us, she decided to stay. She has added so much to our board and to our gallery with her awesome creations. I asked her to write a bio and include something interesting we might not know about her, so in her own words, here it is.
My name is Carla-Rae Hagen. I am a thirty- something mother of two boys, a 135 lb. bullmastiff and one 20 lb cat. Incidentally my dog weighs more than me...LOL, We live with my significant other Andy in this charming little town in Massachusetts . While I'm not with them you can find me working at my local high school where I work as a secretary. I have a passion for paper...If it’s pretty, cool, hip, textured, heck if it’s dirty..I have to have it.
I have been crafting with paper for about 7 years now. Even though I strayed a few times towards jewelry and painting, I have always come back to the world of scrapbooking, card making and altered art. I have entered the world of blogging too as a way to journal, even when I don't have the time to create a Layout. You can find me at http://momthememorymaker.blogspot.com/.
As for something funny or interesting about me I wish that I could have been a bomber girl....LOL, You know one of those pin up girls that were painted on the side of planes during WWII...I know random..but its something not everybody knows...I like to say I have an old soul.
Carla will be picking a LOTW and issuing a challenge next week. WAtch for those and for her creations using this month's design team kit.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
The Design Team will have lots of games, tutorials, challenges, etc. and those who participate can win a GRAND PRIZE from My Mind's Eye, our Crop Sponsor! That's right, if you play along with the challenges and games, you could win a prize that includes ALL the paper and die cuts of the NEW Abbey Road Collection from My Mind's Eye!!!
We hope you can join us... a crop at Memorable Seasons is always fun, and this one is an important cause too... Think Pink!!
See you on the 25th!!!!!!!!!
Monday, August 31, 2009
The good news is that the new product isn't going to stop coming, so keep your eyes on the store!
Have a great week!!
Saturday, August 29, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Show me something purple or pink. I know pink is really a shade of red but sometimes I can't decide if something is pink or a shade of purple. You have until Saturday at 3 to post your purple or pink photos. I have really enjoyed this week. I hope you have, too.
Purple combines the stability of blue and the energy of red. Purple is associated with royalty. It symbolizes power, nobility, luxury, and ambition. It conveys wealth and extravagance. Purple is associated with wisdom, dignity, independence, creativity, mystery, and magic.
According to surveys, almost 75 percent of pre-adolescent children prefer purple to all other colors. Purple is a very rare color in nature; some people consider it to be artificial.
Light purple is a good choice for a feminine design. You can use bright purple when promoting children's products.
Light purple evokes romantic and nostalgic feelings.
Dark purple evokes gloom and sad feelings. It can cause frustration.
Thursday, August 27, 2009
I only have five days and way more than 5 colors that I wanted to do so I am combining two today. They coordinate well, though and sometimes, they can be mistaken for each other! Orange has always been Allison's favorite color and I really think that is a small part of why she picked UT for college. LOL So, show me something orange or yellow or both!
Another excerpt from Color Wheel Pro
Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. It is associated with joy, sunshine, and the tropics. Orange represents enthusiasm, fascination, happiness, creativity, determination, attraction, success, encouragement, and stimulation.
To the human eye, orange is a very hot color, so it gives the sensation of heat. Nevertheless, orange is not as aggressive as red. Orange increases oxygen supply to the brain, produces an invigorating effect, and stimulates mental activity. It is highly accepted among young people. As a citrus color, orange is associated with healthy food and stimulates appetite. Orange is the color of fall and harvest. In heraldry, orange is symbolic of strength and endurance.
Orange has very high visibility, so you can use it to catch attention and highlight the most important elements of your design. Orange is very effective for promoting food products and toys.
Dark orange can mean deceit and distrust.
Red-orange corresponds to desire, sexual passion, pleasure, domination, aggression, and thirst for action.
Gold evokes the feeling of prestige. The meaning of gold is illumination, wisdom, and wealth. Gold often symbolizes high quality.
Yellow is the color of sunshine. It's associated with joy, happiness, intellect, and energy.
Yellow produces a warming effect, arouses cheerfulness, stimulates mental activity, and generates muscle energy. Yellow is often associated with food. Bright, pure yellow is an attention getter, which is the reason taxicabs are painted this color. When overused, yellow may have a disturbing effect; it is known that babies cry more in yellow rooms. Yellow is seen before other colors when placed against black; this combination is often used to issue a warning. In heraldry, yellow indicates honor and loyalty. Later the meaning of yellow was connected with cowardice.
Use yellow to evoke pleasant, cheerful feelings. You can choose yellow to promote children's products and items related to leisure. Yellow is very effective for attracting attention, so use it to highlight the most important elements of your design. Men usually perceive yellow as a very lighthearted, 'childish' color, so it is not recommended to use yellow when selling prestigious, expensive products to men – nobody will buy a yellow business suit or a yellow Mercedes. Yellow is an unstable and spontaneous color, so avoid using yellow if you want to suggest stability and safety. Light yellow tends to disappear into white, so it usually needs a dark color to highlight it. Shades of yellow are visually unappealing because they loose cheerfulness and become dingy.
Dull (dingy) yellow represents caution, decay, sickness, and jealousy.
Light yellow is associated with intellect, freshness, and joy.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Green is my favorite color and has been since I was a child. I had this one green dress that I loved when I was in the fifth grade that I wore so much that kids started making fun of me and called me greenie. I quit wearing it so much but I still love the color.
Green is the color of nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety. Dark green is also commonly associated with money.
Green has great healing power. It is the most restful color for the human eye; it can improve vision. Green suggests stability and endurance. Sometimes green denotes lack of experience; for example, a 'greenhorn' is a novice. In heraldry, green indicates growth and hope. Green, as opposed to red, means safety; it is the color of free passage in road traffic.
Use green to indicate safety when advertising drugs and medical products. Green is directly related to nature, so you can use it to promote 'green' products. Dull, darker green is commonly associated with money, the financial world, banking, and Wall Street.
Dark green is associated with ambition, greed, and jealousy.
Yellow-green can indicate sickness, cowardice, discord, and jealousy.
Aqua is associated with emotional healing and protection.
Olive green is the traditional color of peace.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
I know. That was pretty predictable, wasn't it?
Blue is the color of the sky and sea. It is often associated with depth and stability. It symbolizes trust, loyalty, wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth, and heaven.
Blue is considered beneficial to the mind and body. It slows human metabolism and produces a calming effect. Blue is strongly associated with tranquility and calmness. In heraldry, blue is used to symbolize piety and sincerity.
You can use blue to promote products and services related to cleanliness (water purification filters, cleaning liquids, vodka), air and sky (airlines, airports, air conditioners), water and sea (sea voyages, mineral water). As opposed to emotionally warm colors like red, orange, and yellow; blue is linked to consciousness and intellect. Use blue to suggest precision when promoting high-tech products.
Blue is a masculine color; according to studies, it is highly accepted among males. Dark blue is associated with depth, expertise, and stability; it is a preferred color for corporate America.
Avoid using blue when promoting food and cooking, because blue suppresses appetite. When used together with warm colors like yellow or red, blue can create high-impact, vibrant designs; for example, blue-yellow-red is a perfect color scheme for a superhero.
Light blue is associated with health, healing, tranquility, understanding, and softness.
Dark blue represents knowledge, power, integrity, and seriousness.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Every day, I will post a color. I want you to take a picture (or two or three) of something that color, post it somewhere like your blog or flickr or the MS gallery and link it to the corresponding blog post so we can all see what you found. I did this on my personal blog last year and it was a lot of fun.
Your first challenge is to show me something red. I have four here but you only need to show me one. Leave me a link and your name will be added to the list of potential prize winners. You have until Friday, August 28 at midnight.
The following is copied from the website for Color Wheel Pro
Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love.
Red is a very emotionally intense color. It enhances human metabolism, increases respiration rate, and raises blood pressure. It has very high visibility, which is why stop signs, stoplights, and fire equipment are usually painted red. In heraldry, red is used to indicate courage. It is a color found in many national flags.
Red brings text and images to the foreground. Use it as an accent color to stimulate people to make quick decisions; it is a perfect color for 'Buy Now' or 'Click Here' buttons on Internet banners and websites. In advertising, red is often used to evoke erotic feelings (red lips, red nails, red-light districts, 'Lady in Red', etc). Red is widely used to indicate danger (high voltage signs, traffic lights). This color is also commonly associated with energy, so you can use it when promoting energy drinks, games, cars, items related to sports and high physical activity.
Light red represents joy, sexuality, passion, sensitivity, and love.
Pink signifies romance, love, and friendship. It denotes feminine qualities and passiveness.
Dark red is associated with vigor, willpower, rage, anger, leadership, courage, longing, malice, and wrath.
Brown suggests stability and denotes masculine qualities.
Reddish-brown is associated with harvest and fall.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
This is our design team challenge this week. If you would like to participate visit our forum and link your layout to the Memorable Seasons gallery. Once a month a winner is chosen by a random drawing. Good luck!
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Visit our Message Boards and link your take on the sketch under DT Challenges. I can't wait to see what you come up with!
Monday, August 3, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
The first of August brings us a new design team member. Ashley Smith has joined us and today is her official first day. We've added her picture to this blog and linked that to her personal one. We are looking forward to her sharing her scrappiness with us. In her own words, here is her bio.
Hi, I’m Ashley. I am a stay at home Mom to two four year olds who always give me plenty to scrap about. My husband and I have been married for almost fifteen years and we currently live in sunny (hot, humid) Florida. Like a lot of women I started scrapbooking because I have children and they are my main source of inspiration. I’m excited to be a design team member for Memorable Seasons and look forward to sharing my scrapbook pages with you.
Please join Jill, Jude, Lindsay and me in welcoming Ashley.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
You can use premade templates like the ones made by Crafter's workshop. Jill has this one in the store but you can see lots more examples plus sample layouts using them at their website. You can also do some doodling freehand. I will often do simple things like outline my letters or draw a frame around my page or simply draw some guide lines freehand before I write my journaling. Here are just a few samples of layouts I've done with just a bit of doodling.
On this one, I drew the scalloped edge around the photo and then cut around it. I also drew a pen line around each line of journaling. The pop of black draws your attention to those elements.
On this page, I drew around the inside edge of the vinyl thickers. It helped them stand out against the monochromatic background and added just a little fun.
On this one, I simply drew in some corners. It framed in the photo, the journaling and the title so that it didn't "float" against the white background. Still not sure you want to try? Watch this video on how to use a template and then give it a try.
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
For my challenge to you this week, you must use a combination of 4 specific elements:
2. Stitching (machine or by hand) or doodling!
3. Ribbon or trim! (you KNOW they're my fave)
4. Buttons or brads - or BOTH!
Monday, July 13, 2009
I am so excited to be the guest designer and can't wait to see the kit I'll be working with! My name is Telah Wrenn. I live in Alabama with my husband of 14 years and our 4 children--Annessa-age 9, Andrew-age 6, Alex-age 4, and Amelia-age 1. I am a SAHM and spend the day trying to keep the 4 from destroying our house. After bedtime, I come to my basement to relax and unwind at my scrap table! I love to scrap and have been doing so for 9+ years! My favorite scrapbooking products right now are pretty patterned papers, any font of Thickers (and other cute alphas too!), punches, and pleating ribbon! I also LOVE challenges and sketches! They give me so much inspiration and help get me going. All of these things are why I am so glad I found Memorable Seasons last Fall through blog hopping. You can find awesome products in their store and great challenges from the Design Team. I am honored to be July's guest designer!
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Several things come to mind as I sit here and think about it. Do you have a special bedtime ritual with your children? Do you always say grace before meals, even at restaurants? Do you meet up with your college room mate every June for margaritas? My family has lunch at my mother's house on the last Sunday of every month. When my kids were young enough to go to day care, we would go for a sno-cone every Friday afternoon when I picked them up during the summer. They still ask if I want to go with them today even though they are all grown up. My husband and I eat go out to dinner every Sunday night after church. It is our special date night.
I bet you can think of lots of things you do on a regular basis that you haven't documented, yet. Write them down. Take pictures. Make a special page or mini book so you can look back some day and remember those things that make your family unique. Share them with us in the gallery. I look forward to seeing what your traditions are.
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
Requirements include active participation on the message board (starting and replying to threads) and leaving praise in the gallery. You should also post at least 4 projects from the DT kit in addition to at least 3 other projects per month. Each DT member is required to do a blog post, pick a LOTW, and post a challenge on a 4 week rotating basis. You will also be asked to participate in occasional on-line crops and contests.
Benefits are free design team kits once a month and free shipping with all orders if you let them ship with your monthly kit.
Please join the board and upload the following to the DT entry gallery.
• Three of your favorite layouts with at least one containing 3 or more pictures.
• An additional project which could be a mini book, an altered object, a card, etc
• Start getting to know the other members on the board while you wait for the results
In addition, please email the following to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• A short bio that includes your full name, why you think you would be a good fit for Memorable Seasons and where you saw this call.
• Links to your blog and any galleries you have work in
• A list of any other design teams you’ve been on or message boards you are active on.
52 Sketches 52 Weeks
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Don't let the extra little ones keep you from scrapping!! I know, we have all read an article here or there about keeping a stash in our scrap area for the kiddos, but really...
Getting them involved is a win-win situation!
Now, some may get a whole kid friendly set up going ,but you can also try some of these tricks to get some time to scrap, or at least get some ideas going, some papers pulled together, photos printed... I think, short of hiring a nanny, there is no true way to have uninterrupted scrap time... :)
**Keep your scraps... simply hand them over to a younger one to pull apart, or if age allows, cut up with scissors. The mess on the floor will be huge, realize this going in, and know your vacuum cleaners capabilities.
**Give them some stickers, some paper and stand back... watch the allure of adhesive.
**Tell them the story behind the photos you are giving them to play with. "Son, gramma's hair was not always blue..." "Once upon a time, mommy used to shower daily, and wear things other than sweats..." ;)
**Let them work FREELY. Do not step in. *note:this is a hard one for me... "Don't you want a sticker there? Oh, why don't we paste the picture in the middle? Um, boys, let's not marker over the people in the photo!"
Truth be told, if you can allow some freedom, the kids will enjoy it more. I am not saying you should never sit down and instruct the kids, but this is a "trying to get a few free minutes" kind of kid scrapping... let it go. Stickers over Nana's face will not be the fall of the industry!
These are some things I do to grab a few minutes to scrap... I have also pulled things out and tried to teach the boys HOW to scrap, not write on people, tell what the picture is about, etc. That is a totally different process.
The bottom line is, kids love being involved in what you are doing, and some little tricks can make this easy for both of you!
Monday, June 22, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
I have loved taking pictures since I got my first camera for Christmas when I was 12 or 13 years old. It was a Kodak 110 and it used disposable flash cubes that could be used 4 times as it twirled around with each shot.
That camera went everywhere with me. I have owned several cameras over the years but when I got my DSLR last year, I knew I had found my true love. Some of you may already know that I am currently taking a photography class at the local university. I have learned about apertures and depth of field. I have learned about shutter speed and metering and white balance. I have learned to take night shots and to do time lapse photography. This week, I took my very first sunset photos. I don’t think I’ll ever use the auto function on my camera again. I’m hooked.
However, before I found the class I am taking now, I scoured the internet looking for tutorials and tips on how to take better pictures. I have found some really great advice and I have found some really great photo ideas. Here are just a few resources I have found.
These women are not only brilliant and talented photographers, they are also hilarious. You will learn photography techniques and photo editing, too
This is a wonderfule place to get inspiration and ideas and to share your stuff, too.
This is another place to share your photos and to see photos from people all over the world. There are lots of different sub groups, too.
I like this group which all about creative depth of field. It is called Extreme Bokeh.
Do you have any sites you go to for photography ideas and tips? Share them with us in this thread.
I get a daily email from this site with ideas and tips. Just search the site and you can find the answers to just about any questions you might have. They also have challenges each week.
One of the things I have learned over the past year is that the only way to get any better at this hobby is to practice. I participated in project 365 last year but by the end of the year, it became a burden. This year, I have just concentrated on taking better photos when I do take them. The beauty of digital is that you can take dozens and dozens of shots of the same subject and just delete the ones you don’t want.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
this one, by 7Gypsiesthis one, by Maya Road. I like this one because you can take it apart and use it on regular pages if you don't want to use it as a mini.
this one, also by Maya Road
Stop by and share some of your mini album goodness with us in the GALLERY!