James discovered his feet in December and I got a great shot of him getting a taste. I’ve been wanting to do a page with his picture, but I couldn’t find the right kit. Then I found ‘Natural Story” by Mel Designs.
I also finally learned how to use a layer mask to adjust an image’s opacity.
Here is the final result.
Well, it only took me 6 days to get week 2 done. Better than the 11 days it took to do week 1. It’s a challenge to find a way to get all the pictures to fit.
I used the kit Inspiration Hiver available at loulou-scrap.
On to week 3!
So I am going to attempt this project. I will take a picture every day and every week I will create a page using the pictures from that week. I’ve seen this on so many blogs and I think it’s a great idea. Not only is it a way to keep a record of my family’s life, but it’s also a way to watch how my scrapping improves over the next 52 weeks. I have no doubt my last page this year will be much better than the one I have made for Week 1.
The kit I used to create this page is called clic kit. I found it at Digital-Crea.fr.
I entered my first scrapbooking challenge today. I loved the kit’s colour combination and the theme (What a year). It got me to go through all our pictures from 2010 and find my favourites. What a fun project! Here is my page:
You can also find it at the Free Digital Scrapbooking Gallery.
Courtney’s Digi-Scrappin’ created a wonderful kit called Vintage Boy. I have had my eye on it for a couple of months and finally got it this past weekend. I love it!
Here are a couple of pages that I have made using just a small sampling of the wonderful contributions to the “Grandma’s Quilt” blog train.
Every other month, a group of about 100 designers get together and great a huge kit based on a theme and colour palette. This month, the theme is “Grandma’s Quilt”. It’s lovely! Visit the Blog Train Blog to find the list of designers and get creating.
I’ll post a couple of the pages I make with this kit soon.