Happy Saturday morning!

Well it is Saturday and I was expecting to wake up to a blanket of white covering up my already green grass and blooming daffodils.  The weather forecasters say it’s still coming – they just had the time wrong but we will see!  It is cold however…. brrr!

As I am working on my website and setting up my business offerings one area that I thought I needed to put some effort into was taking one set of pictures and making multiple layouts to show just how different a page can look with the same content & in this case – very similar layouts.  This is scrap-lifting at it’s best for scrappers out there – for potential customers – this is why I am here – to help you take your pictures and make them great and within your personality (and cost because time is a factor & these don’t all take the same amount of effort to make).

Option1 – Simple B&W layout. 

Option 1 - simple B&W

 Option 2 – traditional paper layout (or paper-look)

 Option 2 - paper look

Option 3 – The shabbier the better (embellishments & fun stuff)

 Option 3 - A bit shabby

I also wanted to share a larger size of one of the pages so that you can see the journaling & the actual picutres.  The longer I have been scrapping the more I LOVE journaling and this is one area I hope my clients come to love – I will take your pictures and make a layout that you can see via  a proof gallery on my website… then you send me your thoughts on the event/situation and I will incorporate those into the page.

Left half of Shabby Church page

 I hope you like them – I am still working on taking more of my existing artwork and editing it for my website.  The site developer should have the basics loaded Monday at which point I can start adding my pictures & arranging the site.

Have a great weekend!

Heather 

Credit goes out to Meryl Bartho from DSP and Natali of Natali Design for the use of some of their images in these layouts.

One thought on “Happy Saturday morning!”

  1. Posted on They are so sweet looking! You could make them into Christmas orantnmes. That way they don’t have to hang together. You did a great job..-= Jeri s last blog .. =-.

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