Seeing the world through the lens of a camera!

Saturday, March 5, 2011



Of course, I had to do a layout for my sweet little boy, Will too.

He is a bundle of laughs and so loving and genuine. His smile melts my heart and gets him out of a lot of trouble.

I stamped the background with a marble stamp to give a tree bark effect, and did lots of rub-ons. I really enjoyed doing a black and white lo with the one colored photo.

The quote on this lo is one of my favorites.

There are only two lasting bequest we can give hope to give our children.

One is roots; the other, wings.

Again, I did this lo a while ago for a challenge on and I am just getting it to my blog. I hope you enjoy it.

Sunday Afternoon

Sunday Afternoon is another layout of my daughter on that same lovely walk to the creek on our property.
This is a lo that I created a few months back but never got it to my blog.
I had alot of fun with this one, I glimmer misted the background and made most of the embellishments.
I crocheted the borders and made the stick pin and flowers!
I thought the feather added a lil glam and fun.

A girl and her dog layout

"A girl and her dog" is a layout for my daughter, Lexy and her dog, Biscuit.
We have a long trail beside our house that leads down to our creek. Its so peaceful down there and I love to take the camera and capture a lil piece of our heaven.

I didn't use alot of techniques on this, just a lil paper glaze a few of the puppy tracks.
What I did do was write this poem for my daughter:
A girl and her dog
go out for a jog
On a Sunday afternoon.
The wind in her hair
his tail in the air
The sun will be going down soon.
About that, they dont care
In the yard, they'll play there
And enjoy this late day in June.
I am so happy to be back online and posting again!
I have missed everyone so much!