I’m back with another page of digital “art.” This time it’s actually a scrapbook page!
Credits: Dawn Inskip, Create collection; Manuela Zimmerman, Sound of Music; Studio Viva, Revel-Alissa, font – Harabara Hand
I don’t normally scrapbook in the traditional sense. Our pre-digital photos are all stuck in those “magnetic” albums with no notes beyond an occasional date. Of course, nowadays we realize how insecure those albums were. I’ve been trying to scan photos, but it’s all in fits and starts. These photos are all from the early 1970s and when I notice a theme developing I decided to do this page. Just for fun!
About half way through, I realized that I could use this for The Digi Dares Dare #392. The dare requirements are (1) use a layout that goes from edge to edge. Check. (2) use paper strips. Check (although I used just one, it counts!). (3) use two photos, one horizontal and one vertical. Check. Yeah, I know there are more than two photos, but I think I nailed the horizontal vs. vertical thing!
If you’d like to see other interpretations of this dare, head on over to the Digi Dares web site and read the comments for Dare #392.