Tuesday, September 23, 2008

School Days Mini Album

Joy says, KAYA!

Hi!

This is only the 2nd time I've submitted a LO for this blog but when I saw the challenge, I knew I had to share this mini-album I made a couple of weeks ago. Great timing, 'no? It was the first time I made one. It's a 4x7 mini-album. I designed the pages digitally in Photoshop, printed, cut and glued to cardboard. The journaling prompts were typed in but I asked DS to write his answers himself. It is after all about his year at first grade.









Materials:
- Photoshop CS2
- digital papers & elements from Back 2 School collab kit at ScrapArtist.com
- matte photo paper
- cardboard
- eyelets for the front cover
- spray adhesive
- book rings

Fonts:
CK Ed, Mom's Typewriter

About ME:
I am Joy Tanjuakio, currently living in Southern California with my husband and 4 kids(1 boy - 7 yo, 3 girls - 5 yo, 3yo & 1 yo). I've been digiscrapping on and off since mid-2005. I've never paper scrapped before as I found the process too intimidating but I've started to dabble in some hybrid projects recently so I've been getting my hands dirty as well. In scrapbooking, I discovered my creative side that I did not know exist! LOL. I blog at Shine Like Stars. My most recent LO's can be seen at my ScrapArtist gallery where I

5 comments:

marking said...

Hi Joy, what a great idea to let your son fill in the blanks. I'm sure he loves looking through the album.

cabbie lopez said...

i love the way you reversed the print on your back page! very cool idea! the blue colored mini is really a dear treasure!

Nita Ang said...

This is such a fab idea... letting your son write down his own answer. I love it! I can't wait for my daughter to start learning how to write so I can do the same. Sadly, it'll still be quite a wait considering my daughter is only 2-yrs, 9 mos right now :(

zabethtan said...

Wow your mini album is impressive galing. I never thought it is in digital you did it very creative.

Loved the colors and everything in it.

Donna E. said...

wow this is really cool! i love all the elements you used, esp the titles on the pages! super great mini!