As much as I love challenges, finding the time to get them done is a challenge in itself but I decided to give it a shot after reading Crystal's blog. The idea is simple...1-2 page spread using Halloween pictures. This layout is what I came up with using Adobe PhotoShop Elements on my Mac and a digi-scrap set I picked up by Marie Cole.
Last night produced another set of winning cards. It was the monthly class held by my friend and Stampin' Up demonstrator Marge. It is such a great group of women that go. Hope everyone has a great weekend! I am picking my sister up at the airport tonight for a quick visit. I haven't seen her since March so I am really excited!!
I have decided while I like all the elements of this card (except my coloring...it stinks tonight) it just does not work for me. As I was just telling one of my blogging friends, my husband is infamous for telling me "That's nice," when I show him my cards. He broke the mold and asked if I had gotten the images from the SciFi channel when I showed him this one. Go figure. Anyway, I have tomorrow off from school in observance of Columbus Day and with luck, I'll steal away for an hour or two to try again.
It is truly amazing how fast you can put together a page when using PhotoShop Elements and a few digital goodies. The elements are from a kit I downloaded by Lynn Griffin. I'm working on a page for my cousin now that is taking me a bit longer to finish because for the life of me, I can't find the picture I want to use. Hope you are all having a great weekend. The weather is fabulous here in SE Pennsylvania with another beautiful day shaping up for tomrorow.
I was cruising through my usual blog spots and came to my blogging SBS2 sister Alana's, who shared a link to Lim's great blog candy offer. If you want to check it out, hurry, the winner will be picked on the 11th of October.