Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Scraplifting myself...

I had created this layout of Kim for the Cropper's Cottage newsletter. Well, I really loved the way that it turned out and today I needed to do a layout of myself for the LSS so I decided to simply scraplift myself.

What do you think of the two different looks? I think that I like Kim's better, because I love that unusual contrast between the black and brown.

Really busy around here! I am working on an article that NEEDS to get done today!!! I am in the process of finishing up a board position on base that has gone on WAY TOO LONG!! I have made a start on Artsymama's Dream Journal challenge and am hoping to find some quality time working on it in the next day or two so hopefully I will have something to show there soon. And I still need to finish up on Rhonna's 21-day journal. Unfortunately, I had a cybercrop in the middle of that which put a real wrench into my healthy eating, but I am going to get back on track with that and the journal is definitely the way to go.

The good news is that the cybercrop is over. I have the first CC newsletter under my belt and the weather is inspiring so hopefully, I will be back on schedule soon!

I hope that you all are having a good week.


Rebecca said...

I love both of the layouts!
And the newsletter...well, good job on that! I know it was a lot of work!

I'll check out that Dream Journal challenge...thanks for the link!

Mary Jo said...

LOVE your layouts!!!!!
The newsletter was so fabulous!
You all did a great job!!!!

Missy said...

I think both layouts are great. It's hard to tell they are the same basic design. The earthtone colors of Kim's page are so rich and the bright colors of your page just scream happiness. Awesome work Christi.

Rita said...

They are both just WONDERFUL Christi! I agree with Missy -- doesn't really seem like a scraplift because you used such different color schemes. They both work just beautifully!

LisaS said...

Both layouts are awesome!

Love the color combos on both.

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