I am absolutely loving this project. I am not always so great a daily projects, but there is something very gratifying and exciting about this simple yet, I think, important excercise. I almost gave up when I was trying to put the page templates together. But now I am excited to have done it.
Last but not at all least, welcome to the last blog on the hop. Thank you for participating and be sure to check the Memory Works blog on Wednesday, October 31, where the winner will be announced.
Isn't fall fab? It's not too hot. It's not too cold. It's just right. There is something about the way the sun shines in the sky too. The changing leaves rival any summer bouquet or garden. As we say goodbye to autumn, and prepare for the holidays, we have one last fall hurrah to introduce the fall catalog. And I'm not talking about Hurricane Sandy!
I have fallen head over heels for Teresa Collins' TELL YOUR STORY line. It's the perfect palette to transition from summer to fall. So I hope you enjoy these projects.
This is your last stop on the blog hop. If you stumbled upon my page first, just go to the Memory Works web page and start there. Otherwise, thanks for stopping by my blog.
These first two layouts document an end of summer trip to the Jersey shore with 2 other families. Even though the collection has a soft and warm feel, I thought it was the perfect color combination to document the relationship between father and son. The third layout is part of my Focus: Me series this year.
This year, I have spent some time photographing myself and documenting ME. The layout is part of my photo a day and it is about me finding some perspective after a health scare earlier this fall. Part of my 2012 reflections include monthly layouts of myself. My plan is to reprint the photos and reflect on my year using this mini book.
And what's a blog hop and the showcase of a paper line without a couple of cards.
I hope you enjoyed what you saw. Interested in this paper line or others you have seen on the hop, contact a Memory Works Consultant or email me. To view the fall catalog on line, click on the catalog icon on the top left of this blog.