Thursday, January 10, 2008

Finally, some Layouts

I have been behind on my blogging. My daughter wants to know where the Christmas layouts are. I have some, but just have not had time to post them. I will put all the LOs up in a couple of posts.

Do You Hear What I Hear?
Credits: Holiday Hearth by JenLin Designs, at Stone Accents Studio

Craig at Christmas
Credits: Holiday Hearth by JenLin Designs, at Stone Accents Studio

Sweet Angel of Mine
Credits: Angels We Have Heard by CanDesigns, at Stone Accents Studio

2 comments:

grambie said...

So many beautiful photo shots and awesome holiday kits that you so beautifully enrich through your layout designs. (I love digital scrapping, but definitely do not have the talent to scrap.) So I adore wonderful designers who have the innate-given talent to take various pieces of a kit and cohesively design numerous page scraps that lifts that kit to another level. So beautiful, warm, and loving in every way. My meeting you only shows how the love that flows throughout this scrapping world is eternal and ever-evolving. I first met you at Anita's blog through a link and then at SAS as you showcase their fantastic kits, and now on your blog again. A continuous Circle of Love from All of Us to You and Yours!!!

Elaine said...

Such beautiful Christmas layouts. They are all so beautiful. I love the middle layout with the oh so hamdsome Craig. I like the multiple photo's and how you have the two bottom photo's tied together. There are so many small details that really make this layout pop, like the ribbon and the beads on the top photo plus the stapled Christmas balls on the side. The layout is beautiful but yet masculine. I also love the bottom layout. So perfect to showcase beautiful Michelle. I love the frame and the cluster and I really like how you put her name within the side beads. Just beautiful, but I especially love the top layout. In this layout I feel you really captured Christmas and this is why I view your talent as outstanding. I look at this layout and I see a photo that could have been taken on Christmas, but maybe not. A kit that is christmasy but not traditional and yet you captured a magical Christmas layout. Choosing the perfect picture, elements and making the perfect wordart I now see beautiful Erica intently listening to the christmas music coming from that musical house (or so I imagine)and I can feel the anticipation of Christmas morning as only a child feels. I truly enjoy coming to your blog and seeing all that can be done with digital scrapbooking. Thank you.