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Thursday, January 21, 2010

PPA 26 Anything but a card

Welcome again to my blog.  I am always happy to have you and to read the comments you kindly leave for me.  This week PPA challenge us to create anything but a card.  This leave us with a broad range of possibilities and it is when I really cannot decide what to do.  I have a Baskin Robins dilema, 31 ice cream flavors!!.  Well, I think I will have vainilla this time...MDS to the rescue, again.  A digital scrapbook page is always inspiring to me.  I am really a scrapbooker turned cardmaker. And although digital scrapbooking is completely new to me (I have been doing it only since MDS got out) I found it equally calming and refreshing than traditional scrapbooking.  I take a white canvas, choose my photo and begin right there: adding and taking out until I am satisfied. Today  I am using the beautiful digital papers from the Sweet Pea digital set from Stampin'Up, available as a supplement to MDS or as a download to be used with other applications.  Give MDS a try, you will find is easy and fun, if you don't like the results you can just delete the page with no waste of papers or other craft materials, it's just that forgiving.  Here the final result. Two of my beautiful grand-nieces adorn my page.  I am sure their grandmas would love to see them here.  For those of you who are more used to digital scrapbooking I will love to learn more, share ideas and inspiration. 


Carla Bazhenow said...

What gorgeous girls and your page matches there beauty!!! Hugs,

....Linda.... said...

Sweet little girls on a very pretty page! So glad you play @PPA!

Kris Kilcoyne said...

Precious page, Lourdes.

Mary Fish said...

Jawdroppingly beautiful children and project. I love what you are doing with digital scrapbooking! Hugs, M

Mike Funke said...

Great job. I really like the layering of the DSP behind the pic.

Sonia said...

Fabulous Layout!!! Beautiful girls!
You did a great job !! !!


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Ann Schach said...

Lourdes, you do a fantastic job with your scrapbook layouts! This is wonderful!

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Bella tarjeta y bellas ninas...mis nietas!
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