Friday, April 22, 2011

Happy Earf Day!

I admit, I do love living on the ol' Terra fir-ma, especially in California! tee hee! Sometimes though, the terra isn't so firma here! But I am already off track.  Back to showing you what you NEED to buy! It is a whole lot, so you might want to pad your paypal! First off, my love for The ViVa Artistry must be so blatant! They have a kit Terra, just perfect for those natural feel layouts. 

I can't get over the textures these woman put on their papers, and their elements just jump on a page and behave.  I extracted a lady from my stash of old pictures, (thank you Alexis) and was pretty happy with the results:
I also used Studio Tangie's fonts(SBG) and Paula Kesselring's(Catscrap) burn effect.  

Next up, I knew the pics were not all that great, but Tony had got a giggle from something on the computer, he was laughing so hard, and my camera was right there, I started snapping shot after shot!   Wishing Well Creations has this huge Starter Pack for Project 365, and I kept seeing everyday in my head, with the days, so I used her kit for a regular layout:

This next one is made from a collab between two ladies, that each week, I come to love more and more. I love being on the site CT for The Digi Chicks! The back room shenanigans are hilarious, and put Leah (Mommyish) anywhere and you are sure to have laughter.  Amanda tormented the CT, telling of her kit before we could get it, and Leah dropped a picnic basket element on the post, I was hooked, I knew the story I needed to tell, before the kit was even shown! Amanda Heimann and Mommyish collab called Pretty Picnic:

I had already scrapped the walk across the Golden Gate, but our ghetto picnic in the parking lot had yet to be documented.  This was perfect:
Finally, I guess a good closing for an Earf Day post, a new to me designer.  Seven Days Designs has this adorable kit called Little Gardener. I have to say, I spent a long time, making sure everything was just right for this layout, it was so fun to rearrange.  The colors play well, with so many outdoor photo ideas.
This photo wasn't a good one, so I played with it, changing the levels,and running a few different actions on it, til I got the colors and feel, then cropped it hard! I love the final results, and how they are part of the cluster and the ripped paper, oh I was feeling too inspired having the grass grow up through it!
That's all for today, so go over to The Digi Chick, all this stuff is on sale for just a little bit...get it now while it is less money, then you can buy more? Isn't that cool how that works?  Go, on, click HERE~

1 comment:

Marisa Lerin said...

Great layouts! I especially love the one of the Golden Gate Bridge. Thanks for sharing!