Week 7 had the cutest little pink hearts! I love little hearts :)
This is my daughter and her cousin. They love each other!
I used the hearts paper as an accent on the side as well as masked in the background. I also masked the title wordart with the sold paper and added a border so that it matched.
So ... I've created two so far!!! I can tell it's going to be a favorite :)
I just had to use those trees! I love them! This is Andrew last summer. He refused to join us in the water, but was more than happy in a make-shift shade tent. As long as he's happy and hydrated!
I chose to use the template from the February Oscraps Template Challenge and also included the star from Week 3, the green paint splat from Week 6 and the sun from Week 1.
The wordart was wonderful. I love it - zippety doo dah :) I chose this photo of the kids enjoying the trunk of a rental van (when ours was 'damaged'). It was so fun to watch them enjoy it!
I used the art technique that was in Oscraps January Technique Challenge. The heart is from Week 6
Week 9 had neutrals and polka dots :)
This is my brother and his newborn son. I wanted the highlight to be on them and compliment them.
I gave the papers different effects to create complimenting colors and a subtle design. The title is the solid paper masked by a font. Word overlay by Anna Aspnes.
Week 10 was just full of life and sunshine.
I thought of the daffodils that always pop up around this time in March. They always bring a smile and I'm looking forward to their blooms already!