Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Nurture

Rowee says, KAYA!

I'm always been a traditional scrapper and I know a little about digital scrapbooking but never once made digiscrapbook pages. And now, there's hybrid scrapbooking! I didn't realized that anything that's a product of using your computer like printing your journals or using your word art and print your title and using some brushes in Photoshop would mean hybrid!! I used my dependable computer and printer almost in all my pages.

For this LO, I used the picture of my DD and I at Botanical Garden in Singapore. I printed my journaling in vellum, tore and distress it using blue versa color ink. I also print ornaments in white CS (got it from digital freebies). Printed a quote sign in acetate also from digital freebies.


Journaling:
The heart knows no greater joy than to give and to receive the gift of LOVE.

Materials:
K and CO(amy butler designs), Daisy D's, Making memories (ledger book), AAS swirl CB, Pink paislee, ( fashion script) brads and eyelets, ribbons, blue yarn
Digital elements: Lucida Font for my journaling (printed on vellum), Ornaments and Quote sign from digital Scrapbook freebies

About ME:
I'm a simple and lovingmom.

9 comments:

CHING said...

Lovely , lovely Lo ! I love everything you did on this page !!!

Alby said...

Thanks for playing along Rowee! I love what you did with your layout. The vellum journaling is very pretty, and the stitching too! I also love inking the edges of my papers but I usually just use shades of brown. I liked that you used blue - I should try that some time.

Rowee said...

Thanks mommy Ching and Alby!! You should try to play along with the colors!!! It's fun!!!

Hugs
Rowee

Anonymous said...

Lovely , lovely Lo ! I love everything you did on this page !!!

Aihara Ramintessah Sanchez said...

Nice masking and embellies on this one sis!LOve it!

marking said...

Lovely LO & photo

Benga said...

lovely stitching! i like the touch of blue as well :)

Benga said...

lovely stitching! i like the touch of blue as well :)

bjay said...

WOW. fantastic stitching, rowee! :)