Monday, September 1, 2008

Some Digital Pages

Here are a few digital pages and projects I did this weekend...I'm making it a goal to do 4 pages per week. I need to get caught up on this year's album so I can get it done in time for printing for Christmas gifts!!!

This first page uses the Let's Connect collaboration kit available at Sugarplum Paperie. I also used a template from Jen Caputo's Collection #23 from Scrapbook Graphics and the Down n Dirty Super Black Alpha by Zoe Pearn from Sweet Shoppe Designs. The journaling reads "We spend a fun Sunday evening at Kahului Community Park. As usual, Dean loved the slide and running down the grassy hill.".


This next page is actually of pics we took this morning!!! (I know, I'm nearly a year behind, but I start with today's pics...go figure!!). I used the new Whimsy Doodles kit by Sugarplum Paperie (available Thursday at the Digichick - I'll add links then) for the blue paper and the white alpha. The frames are a photo cluster by Nancy Comelab available at the Lilypad and the "beach" is from the Hello Summer hand-drawn brush set by Ali Edwards available at Designer Digitals.

Finally, this page was my submission for the Sugarplum Paperie blog challenge going on through Friday. Head on over and check it out! I chose to scraplift this page by Leslie. I used the Twitter Blossoms and the Mango Sorbet kits.
Here's another hybrid project I did - can you tell I'm LOVING my new gig on the Sugarplum Paperie Hybrid Creative Team?? I'm having SO much fuN!! I made this altered composition book for myself. In real life, I'm a physical therapist and there's lots of important information I have to keep track of for my Medicare patients. Previously I was using a grimy old yellow legal pad....well, no longer!!! I used the new Chilled Wine collaboration kit from Sugarplum Paperie (with Studio mgl).
This last little project turned out sooo cute!! It's a little "Shhh! Baby Sleeping" door sign I made using the Lime Twist kit from Sugarplum Paperie. I covered a page from a Basic Grey bracket album and added some jumbo eyelets and a ribbon to complete the sign.
So there you have it...it was a very productive 3-day weekend around here!!! I'll be busy the rest of the week working on some Stampin' Up projects for my upcoming workshop next weekend. I'll post things as I finish them. Take care and Happy Labor Day!!!

2 comments:

Kimberly said...

fantastic!! all of them!! you have such a great eye!!! :)

Carolyn King said...

Wonderful pages and projects! You are a great designer!