Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Thank you, a layout a day late and Update on Autism Crop

Thank you to everyone who has left comments congratulating me on the Paper Pesto Design Team, I appreciate every one of them very much!

OK I missed a post yesterday, I spent the whole day out and about running errands, buying bits for everybody in our family that needed something, visiting Lissy for coffee, food shopping, picking kids up from school and they had to nurse their school bags all the way home because the boot was full of food.

But here is a layout! My Mother's Day photo, we don't have our photo taken together very often and I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it even before the photo was taken. That's dedication for you!

I was unsure if this one was “finished” or not, so I asked Steve (I always consult him when I’m not sure) and he informed me “not to do another thing to it, leave it as is”.
So here it is! I used a couple of brushes and added some text using Photoshop to do my journaling and then printed it straight to the 12x12 using my new Epson 1410. The first time I have used it to print to cardstock! Exciting….I know the little things.

It's a beautiful day here today, not a cloud in the sky and the valley is now very green, I love this time of the year. It's a great day for some sort of outdoor activity, but I have alot to catch up on inside.
Check out this flyer Alli just sent me! You are doing an awesome job girl!

Enjoy your day!

4 comments:

Ann said...

Hi Sharon, congrats on making the Paper Pesto DT, just thought i'd pop by and say hello, i'm looking forward to getting to know you better.

Megan said...

Steve has a good eye Sharon...the layout does look perfect just as it is :-)

I am extremely envious that you had coffee with Lis....can I come next time too???

Megan xx

Megan Pickwell said...

What a gorgeous photo - made all the more special by your layout!
Megan

Rach Wyndham said...

Congratulations on the pesto Sharon and I have to say that you have done a beautiful layout with this beauuuuuuutiful photo!