Monday, 1 June 2009

Some pages done.

I put the finishing touches on a few pages last night and finally scanned them. It is nice to get a little scrap booking done. This must mean my life is returning to some semblance of boring normalcy! YEAH!!

The scan cut off the bottom a little. Ah to have a 12X12 scanner - on the wish list.
If you are ever traveling to Charleston, South Carolina, a couple of nights at the Governor's House is a must. Here you will experience some of that southern hospitality in rather regal settings. A beautiful home built in 1760 by Governor Edward Rutledge - youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence.

This was the room we stayed in at The Governors House - St Michael's Room.

I wanted to use this great "coffee" paper - so a few pics from one of our Saturday morning walks to Intermission House for a cup 'o jo. 

And finally I finished a two page layout from 2002 - the fall of 2002  - slowly getting there. This page is an example of how to get 14  4X6 photos on to two pages - crop, crop, crop! 
I love this bowling paper from "Scrappin' Sports" 

And that's all folks!

1 comment:

Mrs Manz said...

Ack! I'm so skinny in the bowling picture! :)
Lovely pages, Julie. :)