Sunday, October 16, 2011

Thirty... Forty... Yesterday & Today

This is my layout for week 6.... I thought I would use Ali's digital double page template to keep things easy... I sometimes wonder why I do things the way I do... I'm really enjoying the lessons for this class, but I find when I take classes that have digital components to them it's hard for me to focus on keeping all the layouts consistent in design... and part of that is because I love digi, but I also love hybrid and traditional scrapbooking. Does anyone else do this? Please don't tell me I'm the only one! Anyway, I never seem to end up with a physical album that I can hold in my hands. I suppose I will have to make a point of having these printed off... What do you do? Do you always have your digital layouts printed off?

That's enough rambling... Here we go... Week 6, Yesterday & Today... I decided to do a comparison layout of 2 points in time and how things were different...

All of the elements on the layout are from Ali's class, the brushes are from House of Three, and some are unknown. The photos have had actions applied by Pioneer Woman.


Hope you all are having a wonderful weekend!

16 comments:

  1. I love this page!
    I have to make a big effort to print out the digi stuiff and it is why I mainly scrap 8x10 size, it is a common printing size in Australia, virtually impossible to get 12x12's done here and I refuse to fly them in from overseas!

    We are more alike the more I read about you Ginger, I'm Mad Men fan, drive diesel V-Dubs and cook at home a lot!

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  2. That's a beautiful page. I have only ever done a couple of digi pages and I think part of what holds me back is the printing out thing. I wouldn't want to think that they would simply sit on my computer forever.

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  3. great page. I don't do digi at all. printing my journalling or editing photos is about as digi as I get - but that's not to say I don't get digi envy! I know it's just not for me - I need inky fingers at the end of my creative time ;-)

    I love this layout Ginger. The photo treatment is great and the idea of the list is very interesting! I like the elements of your life that you picked out to compare.

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  4. What a lovely page. I'm not into digi layouts myself but admire the wonderful pages that others make that way. I guess if I'm honest, I like to get messy and completely take over a room with papers and ribbons etc etc, digi would mean just me and a computer!

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  5. Great page,Ginger....and I would love to try more digi myself.

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  6. This is so lovely, Ginger :)

    I don't do too much digi, and several of the layouts I have done languish on my hard drive still - what I have done a few times though is make the digi page A4 (letter paper size), print that, and mount onto 12x12 cardstock (often adding the title with Thickers, too). I find printed digi layouts just seem 'flat' so this is a way round it for me :)

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  7. This turned out very nice, Ginger. I love comparison layouts like this. I have done some digi layouts but have never gotten them printed @@

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  8. Fab layout and lovely photos of you Ginger.

    I alternate (when doing any at all that is) between traditional and digi with a little bit in between every so often too. I made a point of printing out my digi pages and I tend to store them in a separate album which without the embellies holds so many more pages.

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  9. This is just glorious - I love what you've done with the photos, the journalling ... everything really! I like to print my pages out even if I design them digitally, so I'm probably more of a hybrid scrapbooker!

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  10. I love that you are going back & catching up on some class stuff you didn't get to. I need to do that with some of my classes, but I just keep signing up for more new ones. :>)

    You LSNED album turned out so nice!! I created one last year and think I'll try again next year.

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  11. Awesome page! I loved Yesterday and Today. I didn't do all of the assignments but for the several that I did complete, they are among my favorite pages ever. I love your comparison and will have to remember to do a page like this myself in approx 15 months, after I turn 40!

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  12. I love this Ginger, the layout and the comparison idea.
    I have just printed my LSDN out as it was 5 x 7 and love it, but I have not yet printed any of my other Lo's although I have done them A4 or 8 x 8 with the intention of having them printed...I wonder what stops me?

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  13. a great digi page, love the colour and the two big photos.

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  14. I've had a play around to see what I can do with digi, but no completed pages to print out, so far.
    I love the way you have done this double page. I was a big fan of Dawson's Creek and ER at that time and I'm just getting into Dexter now.

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  15. It looks great. I need to go back & do my Y&T layouts. I'm like you - a bit digi, a bit traditional, a bit hybrid. The digi ones I have done I've printed off (I have a printer that will do 12x12 so it makes it easier - so long as I can find the paper).

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