Wednesday, September 26, 2007


Drumheller the land of Dinosaurs. Most of my 4x6 pictures were dark and so far away that I decided to cut some down to 2x3 and blew up one to 5x7. This gave me the best of both worlds. I was able to show case the spray park and add the interest and highlight of the big dinosaur. I was able to use 9 so-so pictures to create 1 great layout. I love how the layout turned out and I really like the color scheme. A big THANKS to Laura from JSI for helping me with the colors.You Rock! My journalling reads: Inside the mouth of the world's largest dinosaur.She stands 86 feet tall and 151 feet long.She weighs 145,000 pounds.It takes 106 steps to climb to the top...Under the black lights in her tummy...Rotary Spray Park...The sign as you enter Drumheller.

Monday, September 24, 2007

Road Trip

OK. So I have finally decided to tackle my holiday pictures from 2004. These were taken before our digital camera joined the family. I am finding it hard to go back and do these pictures when I have the luxury of the digital camera now and can take as many pictures as I want until I get one I am happy with. The paper doesn't really match anything from the photos but because they are holiday pictures and the paper is so happy and fun I decided that I am going to just make this a fun and happy layout because that is how I was feeling on our holidays.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007


This was taken this summer on my birthday. It is one of the few pictures of Ray and I together. The page is simple and inspired by the page Sharon did of Jade and her boyfriend. I used stickles glitter on the heart and letters. This a great product.

Kitchen Tragedy

This is a picture of me scaring my child for life. Blaze cut her finger while helping me make supper and all I could do was laugh at her. She was hysterical. You would have thought she had cut off an entire limb.

Canada Goose

I took these pictures down at the river in early spring. The bottom picture is one of my favorite pictures that I have taken in the last year. The Maple Leaf is made from a piece of chipboard and covered in glass tiles.