Sunday, September 16, 2007

A Perfect Day

Here are a couple of simple scrapbook pages I have finished recently!
If you're new to my blog, I made the switch to digital scrapbooking a year or so ago, and LOVE it! See more posts about it at right sidebar if you're interested. : )

This picture was taken while Miss M was exploring the different kinds of rocks in a lake we visited while on our "Up North" vacation. I just love how beautiful she looks in this photo and wanted to scrap it all by itself! I used the lovely, free Express Yourself kit from Shabby Princess and kept the page simple because I wanted the focus on the photo.

I've got one more layout for you. I just did this two page L/O of a day at a logging camp reenactment. Miss M is horse crazy and so we took tons of horse photos! Papers are from the free, vibrant Sun Porch kit from Shabby Princess. I love the distressed look of the background paper!

There you go -- a few simple pages from my album! They were fun and easy to make. For all of my layouts, I use Creating Keepsake Scrapbook Designer software.

Have a wonderful, creative week! And remember, "KEEP IT SIMPLE!"


Tina said...

I love your scrapbooking pages! Thanks for sharing them with us.


Grandma Jo said...

dear Miss M, I just love the photo of you in the rocks from up north. see you on you

Grandma Jo

Life With My 3 Boybarians said...

Beautiful! I'm starting the research into going digital. It makes sense, but I have so much stuff of the other! I love seeing your work.

my5wolfcubs said...

The colors in the first picture are so beautiful! I love the color blue! And I love horses too! Great pages!!

LisaWA said...

Ok... I think you are starting something here! lol The thing I’m am hung up on is I have so much "stuff" for actual scrap booking..... Maybe I can attempt both!

I enjoyed the photos! You are a creative one!


Rhonda said...

I wanted to tell you that I think I've converted my sister to digital scrapbooking. I showed her my layout and yours. I told her about the CK software and she ordered it on the spot. LOL

My other sister is interested, too. She has MS and is unable to do detail work with her hands. She can still use the computer, though.

Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated. :)