For my first project I thought I would try a summer theme page. These pics were taken a few years ago and as you can see, my daughter loves to relax and read while floating on my raft and the guys like to mix it up on the larger raft.
(Images © Stampin' Up!)Chelsie graduated from high school in May, and I created this picture. I'm telling you, MDS is awesome to use for newbies like me and digital scrapbooking pros!
(Images © Stampin' Up!)This is a page that created in honor of my mom who passed away 5 years ago from lung cancer. She was an incredible woman and she was my hero. I can't wait to be together with her in heaven for an eternity!
(Images © Stampin' Up!)For my last project, I actually printed off the sailboat from the Open Sea download on to a piece of 8-1/2" x 11" Natural cardstock. I then watercolored in the boat and the sails with various inks. I then cut out the sails and mounted them using dimensionals. I then threaded some black thread over the sails to give the picture more dimension. It was pretty easy to do, and it probably took me about an hour from start to finish. I now need to find a shadow box to put it in, but this simply frame will do for now!
(Images © Stampin' Up!)
And one last project, I had to make sure I did a page for my son, Ben. He was in 8th grade and played with the Mundelein Jr. Football League at the time. This is a simple and fun page that I created.
(Images © Stampin' Up!)Your next stop on the hop is Nancy's blog and you can click HERE to hop on over to see her awesome projects! Thanks for stopping by; I hope you liked my projects!