Layout 2 from the crop

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Really, I don’t know where my head is at!  This one would have been prefect on Valentine’s day rather than the Christmas one, but oh well….

This is the first time I used the colour correction on my scanner – the original photo was more than 29 years old, very faded and pale, and the scanner brought it if not back-to-life then at least back a bit.  DH, taken while we were dating, at the Zoo in D.C., perched atop a large statue of an eagle.  Sad to use the last bit of that 7 Gypsies paper – I must look for more, as it has to be one of my all time favourite every papers.  The quote is a good one: Our days weave together the simple pleasures of daily life, which we should never take for granted.  The grid paper is something I printed on my printer, using a fill pattern that comes with my ancient AppleWorks program.  Very handy. I’ve had those white letters for something like 12 years, and always drag them out then decide they aren’t QUITE right, but in this case they ARE!!  Another old supply utilized LOL! Journaling needed and I am TRYING to use my handwriting, crap as it is, a bit more.


One thought on “Layout 2 from the crop

  1. nICE LAYOUTS! I think it’s normal and natural to be inspired to do valentine-y loveydoveys, as we’ve been inundated with the visuals lately. Look at it that way, winkwink. That also works for Christmas, by the way, especially when one still has the scraps laying out and around (that’d be me). xoxo

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