Digi-Scraplift Fun with Pachimac

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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Here We Are at # 40!!!! UPDATED

Our lift of the week is by Gerada, Nevache on the digishoptalk boards.



I was drawn into the layout by the fabulous autumn colors and beautiful pictures of her dog. I was sad to read the subject matter of the layout - but it's really a great layout and I know we can have fun lifting it!

I really love the cardboard wrapped around by those beautiful ribbons and the wonderful colors. It is simple but conveys the feeling of the layout and the colors of the season it's portraying.

Go ahead and leave her some praise here: Extended Time and then join me in lifting this layout!

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Wow - what fun - we had a lot of you ladies joining me for this one - the last lift of 2006!!


I had so much fun doing this layout - it's not my normal style, so it was hard to do all the rick racks and embellishments - but I love the way it came out!!! I have been wanting to use Shabby Princess's Winter XL kit, and these pictures and layout were perfect for it!!!

I used Shabby Princess's AWESOME Winter XL Mega Kit, available at http://www.theshabbyshoppe.com and Gina Cabrera's Cardboard, available at http://www.digitaldesignessentials.com



This adorable lift is from Lindsay Lou!!!! I got a total giggle feeling inside when I saw this one - the pictures are just too adorable and I love the pink and brown theme!!

CREDITS:
Pink Lady by Karah Fredericks
-Available at www.blueflombingo.com
Hand Stamped Alpha by Michelle Coleman
-Available at her blog, http://second-mile-freebies.blogspot.com/
Font: Century Gothic



Lori's entry is this adorable layout of her new doggie!! I love all the snowflakes and the reds and the way she used one paper tear instead of the cardboards!!!

Credits: Victoria Feemster- Royal Flakes at One of a Kind Scrapz, Atomic Cupcake wild tear action



This elegant layout is from Bunster!!! I really love the rick colors in the layout and the stringed circles with the gold snowflake she used to tie down the photo!! I also like the way she used one picture and just tiled them over eachother and made the cardboard mimic the shape of the tree!! Awesome, inventive lift!!!

Layout created with Tara Dunstans Christmas Jingles Mini Kit, Snowflake, ribbon, holly and stitched circle elements by Michelle Coleman



This sweet little one is by Sunshine06. I love the bar code tags and the fun little way she made those pictures shine! I especially love all the buttons!!! These are of Some older pictures of my son learning to stand

CREDITS: Background Paper: Sunday B. Tags: Miss Mint. Buttons: Lisa Whitney. Stamped Alpha: Michelle Coleman. Font: Century Gothic.


This fun layout is by Immaculeah. I'm glad I'm not the only one who transports my kid to take pictures in front of big things!! LOL!!! I love the colors and the fun way she showcased it all. I especially like the way she used the safety pin with all the fun bling on it!!!!! 

She says, "Sorry my girls' faces did not appear to be clear as I wanted to capture the giant toys. Thanks for taking a peek!"

Credits:
Pink paper by ksharonk from her Holiday Romance freebie kit
Red paper by Kimberly Giarrusso
Doodle trims by Gina Miller
Hearts by Tyting
Beaded Safety Pin by Traci Sims
Holly by Blythe Evans from North Pole freebie kit


How cute is this?? There's something about a baby learning to get around that is just so adorable!!!! I love the bold paper choices and the alpha for the title! The doodles are adorable too!!

Credits:
Almost everything from Back In Black: Fun by Amanda Rockwell.
Staples from Wishing You kit by ksharonk.
Black chipboard alpha by Christy Sturm.
Drop shadows by Tracy Murphy.
Font is Herbert.


and Last, but certainly not least, is Amanda's lift! I got really teary eyed reading the journaling! It's so hard to say goodbye to people and it just reminded me how lucky I am to have my Mom 10 minutes away from me! I love the little clump of elements she used, and those forget me nots are a perfect touch!

This is Vanessa's entry - gosh is it TOOO adorable!!! Credits:

Sara Carling cupcake kit
twine glass, flowers from sun washed hide away all Sara's too
Pastel Twills ribbon, ric rac, Flea Market Buttons Shabby Miss Jenn's
Andrea burns garden gems, alpha Michelle Coleman's

2 Comments:

Blogger nevache said...

Thanks for choosing this LO, Susan - it's dear to me :-)...our doggy is still alive, still wagging his tail..sleeping a little more, breathing a little less easy day by day, but still without pain and enjoying to lie down at my feet. Seems his time hasn't come yet, so we just enjoy every day he's around.

Gerarda
(aka nevache)

1:03 PM  
Anonymous Bunster said...

Great layout choice Susan. My attempt is up at DST.

8:32 PM  

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