More pages

Two pages a week! Yes, a small interactive on-line class can be very inspiring. I have done well at times with challenges like Lain Ehmann's LOAD (Layout a Day) or other on-lie classes but I find the accountability of a small class is good. To be successful everyone needs to contribute and so I feel the responsibility heavily.  I'm learning a lot, too. My classmates are very talented and have made some great pages.Studying their layouts has been very helpful. The format of the Critique class at Get It Scrapped is very positive. If someone is easily fractured by criticism, do not fear. It is extremely constructive and positive. 
This next week will be a challenge, too. I'm trying to learn Adobe Illustrator, not the easiest thing to learn, but I think once I get it it's going to be a lot of fun. 
The top LO may need a translation.It's a Hemingway quote: There are only two places in the world where one can live happily, one's home and Paris. I love the memory of that little outdoor cafe on the right bank of the Seine.
I did get to document our Christmas celebration even with not so great photos. Collages can be very helpful.
Spent a little time with family today for the first half of the Super Bowl. Came home at half time. Nice to visit but would have been a very long day. One's home can be a very happy spot. (Of course, I really would like to get back to Paris soon!)


Nadigrl said...

I love them! I like how you used the picture collage and not just one or two pictures.

Cindy deRosier said...

Beautiful! I"ve heard really good things about Get It Scrapped. Glad to hear you're enjoying it.

Tona said...

Fabulous layouts! Thanks for sharing :)

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