The layout is finally okay, but really I'm satisfied to be unsatisfied. Sometimes life just throws you a few learning curves.
Here is my layout. It is of my daughter and her daughter, my granddaughter, the Saturday before Easter at a local church's Easter Egg hunt.
I will often have an idea and try it out and often it bombs. LOL I was playing with some plastic, a permanent ink, and an embossing folder. The ink dried too quickly and I didn't get the effect I wanted. I didn't throw the experiment out but saved it. I cut the image "Post Card" out of the plastic experiment and adhered as an embellishment to my layout.
I put that banner everywhere on the page and I was not satisfied at all. I have it in a different place than my norm, but isn't what we do all about experimenting at times?
I do love my Fiskars Special Edition Jenni Bowlin border punch Main Street. This is my first time using it, but certainly not my last.
Tonight at midnight is the last to enter April's D's Paper Studio Challenge and being in the drawing for Making Memories generous giveaway. The details are posted on THIS POST (click). Good Luck. I'll be announcing the winner on Wednesday. Making Memories and Xryon have teamed up this week with some fabulous giveaways. Check them out at Making Memories and Xryon (a Facebook link).
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Have a Crafty Day!
Gratitude List1. Jacob is home from college
2. beautiful weather this whole weekend
3. playing in my studio
4. a deeper realization of my dependance on God
5. I'm never alone, never