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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

oh the plans of mice & men... ?

I have grand plans of beefing up my blog... designing the background... creating decorative tabs, etc. And then I hit a snag that requires more thought and then.... I FORGET about it!! yikes! I thought that was just supposed to be for the Rotisserie Oven (just set it & forget it! HA!!). Eventually, I need to get paypal links setup and upload info about the homeopathics by Heel Inc (for which I'm a retailer) and an outlet for my jewelry (since I can no longer do art shows or open houses due to my health situation with NRLA (natural rubber latex allergy) & MCS (multiple chemical sensitivities)). Some of those long-term goals "still under construction"??
Meanwhile, the digi-scrapping bug has struck again and I have some exciting layouts to share. Memories of my brother Gary, who is now with the Lord... Then vs Now with our 3 sons—when they were wee wigwams and pics of them with their lovely wives... Snow Day for our eldest... and another LO of an adorable miracle baby (Abigail), this time in her dutch costume!
I had fun with a PSE tutorial for curling "corner" edges... as well as frustrations! PSE8 crashed on me 3 times while I was working on the "3 sons" LO. Finally, after rebooting my PC, all went well. There was one method, that no matter how many times I replayed the tutorial video, it just wasn't happening for me. So, I went with an entire photo curl using distort/shear and gaussian blurs. Unfortunately, I can't find the link to the VIDEO tutorial I watched. If I can locate it, I'll come back & share the link :-}
Sweet Little Dutch Girl
credits: French Tulips by Milly Dee Designs, font - SBC Jazzed
Then vs Now - "3 Sons"
credits: Tranquil Moments by Milly Dee Designs, fonts - AR Carter, Albertus Medium
font - Albertus Medium
Snow Day!!
credits: A Fun Snow Day kit by Binty Designs, font - Albertus Medium
Isaiah 40:31

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