Thursday, September 24, 2015

Digital Scrapbook Layouts

I haven't done any scrapbooking in a long time, but I actually managed to complete two layouts last month while we were vacationing in Colorado. The first layout is from our trip to New England in October, 2013:
The Artist's Bridge
Journaling reads: 

"This bridge, built in 1872, is named the Artist's Bridge because of its reputation as being the most photographed and painted of the venerable covered bridges in Maine.

"The bridge, an 87 foot Paddleford truss, was closed to traffic in 1958 when a new bridge was built downstream. It is located about four miles northwest of North Bethel. 

"We stopped to see the bridge and I sketched it from the car, since the temperature was in the 50's. We were glad we took the short detour." 

Credits:
LaurenBavin_CustomColorChipboardAlpha 
MichelleShefveland_AutumnEmbrace
PeppermintCreative_CinnamonTea 
ksharonkdesigns_FarawayFreebie 
ksharonkdesigns_ScruffyFreebie
SBartolini_AutumnGrunge 
ChristlyLyle_GirlNextDoorStitches 
ChristlyLyle_GirlNextDoorStitches2
EveRecinella_BrickhouseTrendyTrousers 
EveRecinella_TrendyTrousersSolids 

And the second layout is from our trip to Estes Park, Colorado, in July, 2014:Estes Park 
Journaling reads: 

"Mom wanted her ashes taken to Bear Lake, the same location she placed Daddy’s ashes years earlier. We met Charlie and Pat in Estes Park in order to carry out her wishes. The top right photo is Bear Lake; the other photos were taken later the same day during our drive."

Credits:
ShabbyPrincess_ShabbySmiles
SamaraGugler_PaintedWoodAlpha
EveRecinella_BoyishGrunge
EveRecinella_Collingwood
EveRecinella_StrummingTheBlues
EveRecinella_Rugged
HeatherRoselli_DayPlanner
LaurenGrier_PunkyMom
FeeJardineDesigns_KeepinItReal

1 comment:

Kathy A. Johnson said...

These pages are lovely, Cheryl. Did you ever paint the bridge yourself?