Hi! How is your friday? I am happy that another work's week is completed. I am satisfied that I completed my workouts and did some errands and to do's too! Just working to do everything balanced!
Today I am sharing a scrapbook layout inspired in Julie Bonner's sketch.
Before flash memory and USB ports existed, digital cameras stored their images on an internal 3.5 inch floppy drive. Do you remember those cameras? Do you remember the approximately $800 price tag? We borrowed this camera from my dad, so we could send pictures via e-mail. This was just 8 to 9 years ago! The technology's speed is amazing!
This is not relevant to my layout but it just an anecdote. My snow pictures were taken with this type of camera.
This is me at the top of Mount Pilatus on the winter of 2003. The first time time I saw an USB port (that I remember) was on the summer of 2003. Supplies are from Bo Bunny Midnight Frost. Snowflakes are from K & Co.
The (Paper) Trail makers current challenge is All About The WHITE stuff. We want to see white stuff in your layouts:
- snow pictures
- snow theme's papers
- snow embellishments (snowflakes, mitten, snowman, hot chocolate cups, etc.)
- hand made snow (for the technique lovers): love this excellent tutorial demonstrated by Karen
Every participant for the month of January's will enter for a drawing for a few of the papers of Echo Park Wintertime Collection included in the January Main kit.
You have until saturday January 29 to submit your creations via Mr. Linky for a chance to the March's Guest Design Position or some Echo Park papers.
I am submitting this layout for The (Paper) Trail Makers "Snow Fun" challenges for my snow pictures. Hope that you can play too.
I cannot describe with words how excited I am to work with the next kit from The (Paper) Trail Makers. I can only tell you that it is very packed and beautiful.
Have a wonderful weekend!