I can't believe I received recognition from Digital Scrapper for my July page for the Project 12 entry. This is what they said:
janicem used a warm orange-peach background to emphasize the heat wave that they have been experiencing. The great title work and the warm colors drew me in for a closer look. She put her journaling in a column, which makes it easy to read and also makes it become a page element in itself.
Here is my page-
May is almost over and I have finished the Month of May for the 12 months of the year at Digital Scrapbooking.com. To our surprise we had a little finch make a nest on our front door. They have done this before but keep coming back. This year there was one little egg that hatched. Everytime the front door was opened the mother bird flew away. I only saw the baby bird open its mouth once for food. The rest of the time it just layed there, I guess sleeping. I thought maybe it wasn't healthly. Then on Mother's Day it was gone from the nest. It did have some nice feathers so it must have been healthly enough to fly away.
Moroni was heaved to it resting place on top of the Gilbert Arizona Temple. It was an exciting day for everyone to see this happen.
I went to Show Low for 4 days to quilt with some Cactus Patchers friends. It was nice and cool. I got a lot done. Boy was the Stitchers Garden Quilt hard to put together with all the little borders and sashing it had. I finally came home and redid quite abit to get everything to fix.
Mother's day was nice and spent at my brother's home with his children and grandchildren. All the little ones are getting so big and I am getting so old.
Yes, I've done again. I'm getting involved with digital scrapbooking. It is a lot of fun but I take so much time deciding what I want to add. I first started the story of my life which is a year project. This is with Linda Sattgast. This month is the story of our birth.
Also, I started with GoDigital, My Life, My Faith. This is a month long project but plan to add it to my life story. Here is the cover page. Conference was great and Bro. Haleck's talk was the inspiration for this page. "If we are to prosper rather than perish, we mush gain a vision of ourselves as the Savior sees us."