Welcome to this stop on the Paper Trail blog hop.You may have just surfed in from Lynne's blog, but don't worry if you didn't. Our hop is circular!
My technical difficulties are finally resolved and I can share my Surf's Up layout. I created it using Studio J. First, a bit of the story.
I came home from an event last month and I couldn't wait to scrapbook
the photos. I am not a fast photo printer. I usually let things
languish on my camera and computer until I have an order large enough to
justify a good coupon or a sale price. Needless to say, I wanted to
record the day, but didn't have a good plan to do so. Enter Studio J.
I uploaded my photos and off I went. I had the layout mostly completed
before I went to bed. I added some finishing touches to the journaling
and embellishment a few days later and, voila, a layout completed within
weeks of the event itself!
The blue wave
paper was a good background for my daughter's Daisy ceremony (even
though it didn't take place anywhere near water). I re-colored a few
elements to emphasize the Lagoon in the papers and then added Pear - a
color not featured in the papers - to coordinate with the photos. This
was one of the biggest bonuses for me. I was able to keep a pattern that
I loved but make it fit in even better with my final product.
have to admit, however, studio scrapbooking can be a bit addictive.
I've created 12 pages (6 layouts) in the last few weeks. I'll share them
here starting next week. I hope you'll stop back and see some more of
the reasons I love Studio J.
Now surf on over to Tracey's blog. I'm sure you'll like what you see!