Here is my layout of Josh playing in the water and as soon as I printed this picture out I knew it had to be the picture for a layout that I'd been wanting to do. The journaling is the chorus to the Rascal Flatts song "My Wish". I used the Pink Paislee Captivating papers and love how it all turned out. It is also my scraplift challenge for the week over at Color Me Daisy.
My next layout is of my beautiful little Gracie La La (self given nickname!). I am thrilled with how this picture turned out! My new technique with photography is let them play and not let them know that I'm taking pictures. So far, it's working like a charm! This layout was inspired by a Renoir painting in other words, the Ready, Set, Slow contest at Life Preservers. The owner is asking us to base our layout on the Renoir painting "A Girl With a Watering Can". So this is my creation.
Well, I think that's all I have for this week. Next week I will have my latest creations from the Color Me Daisy May "Happiness" kit. Wishing everyone a fantastic week and a very wonderful and fun-filled Mother's Day!!!
I think your photos turned out gorgeous!! Both of those layouts are stunningly gorgeous...not just for the design and overall technique of your project, but the photos....wow!! Keep it up - it's working!! You should submit that second one. It's really awesome.ReplyDelete
Those layouts are beautiful! I need you to give me some tips on taking pictures! lol I love the distressing with the little bit of bling!ReplyDelete
beautiful layouts! I really love the one of Gracie. That picture is perfect with those papers and the design.ReplyDelete
I love those innocent beach pictures!!! My husband always rollshi seyes at me when I pull out the camera, but honestly that is when I get my best pics. The kids just play & I snap away!!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous LO's too!!
loving those layouts with the muted colors and the black and white photos....love it!!!! SharonReplyDelete
Aimee, your layouts are fabulous!!!! I love the 2nd one of your daughter, the cutest pic ever.ReplyDelete