This layout I use this photo that I want to keep the moment of a relaxation trip and I use this title to represent. I use the flower paper of COCOAVANILLA and cut it out to arrange.Hope you like it.
As soon as I saw this challenge, I immediately knew just the photo that I wanted to scrap. It's a photo of my workbook and Bible from a study I did at our last church. It wasn't until I was putting together the final, finishing touches, however, that I realized there was a person on the cover of that workbook. There wasn't time to start over, so I went with it. All of the goodies you see here came from my July "#rightnow" Citrus Twist kit. I absolutely adore all those scrumptious, Bella Blvd. Make Your Mark die cuts!
When recently on holiday I met this beautiful peacock and this challenge was a perfect excuse to scrap this beauty! Technically a bird is still a no people layout right!!!!! Head to my blog for all the details on this layout.
Forgive the photo editing, as I'm learning a new program. Anyway our tour of Germany last year lead us to this little village called Dinkelsbuhl. Above some of their shops were these symbolized or "picture" signs. In old Europe, the general population could not read so shops used these types of signs to let people know what they offered. This was the cutest little town, but can you imagine a time where most people could not read?