I Love _____ Winner

with 8 Comments

The I Love _____ Winner is…

lauraloub

by lauraloub

This layout by lauraloub has so many things going for it!

Her use of the Scrap It Now Template is simply wonderful! Heritage photos just do not come in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ form. The fact that this layout flows so smoothly is due in part to the template, but the background paper really ties all the different tones in the photos together. It was a perfect choice! I love her journaling — it’s matter-of-fact, yet personal and heartwarming.

Congratulations, lauraloub, on winning the ‘I Love . . .’ Challenge!

lauraloub, in the next few days, you will receive a little note from Andrea in your inbox at the Digital Scrapper forum with your $10 gift certificate code. You can use it in the Digital Scrapper Shop towards Photoshop & Photoshop Elements TutorialsDigital Scrapbooking Kits, or Scrapbook Templates! (Gift Certificate codes cannot be used for existing or future Premier Membership.)

If you’re new to digital scrapbooking and want to learn how to create your own digital scrapbook pages, check out our Learn Digital Scrapbooking class, taught by Adobe’s Official Scrapbooking Expert, Linda Sattgast. You’ll learn the basics and get started designing your own terrific, unique pages in Photoshop Elements or Adobe Photoshop!

Also, check out Digital Scrapper’s brand new class from Linda Sattgast — Your Story. Brilliant. It’s just begun last month, and it’s not too late to sign up! Don’t miss out on this amazing year-long class!

8 Responses

  1. Jen
    | Reply

    Congrats!! What a beautiful page!

    Jen

  2. Nannette
    | Reply

    What a wonderful thing to love and appreciate. You layout is perfect.

  3. Jan
    | Reply

    Beautiful work on this wonderful heritage layout!

  4. roseb
    | Reply

    Congrats! Beautiful job on this page! You are so lucky to have so many photos.

  5. farmwife
    | Reply

    Congratulations, Laura! A beautiful page filled with great photos. How fortunate you are to have so many pictures. Although, now that I think of it, I have lots of pictures but have no idea who the people are! Great LO!

    Chris

    • LauraLou
      | Reply

      For the last few years I have been working on my family genealogy. There are amazing experts out there who can date a photo within a couple of years by clothing, backdrop, style of the photographer, and things the subject might be holding. Then with a simple tree, you can narrow down the possible people to only a few who were the right age in those years. Never get rid of those wonderful old photos. Someone in the family might want to become the “”photo detective”.

  6. Kathy
    | Reply

    This is wonderful! Love all the pictures, the template and papers used and the journaling is amazing!! Great choice 🙂

  7. Mary
    | Reply

    Wow, what a beautiful job you did. I love what you wrote as well as how you featured relatives.
    I’ve been slowly working on my family genealogy and am really touched by your creation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.