Monday, February 25, 2013
So at Scrap the Boys the challenge was to scrap a picture of you with your son. Well since I don't have any kids I decided to scrap my Niece and her son. I love this picture of them. I love the colors.. this is what I came up with.... I like how this layout came out! Do you? Thanks for looking!
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 7:51 PM
I found a fun challenge over at Scrappin Patch Scrapbook supplies...one that uses miltiple photos... and I just happen to have new pictures of G3 from the lacrosse game against NC in Georgia. Perfect! So here is the sketch... and here is what I came up with... I love scrappin the lacrosse pictures! And this was a great challenge! So check them out... thanks for looking!
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 7:42 PM
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Over at About A Boy the second challenge is a layout using baby pictures. I had to dig around to find mine. I did find them and decided to use Spencers. I love love this picture. I think its the colors... Spencer is now a freshmen in high school and over 6 foot tall. He is a big boy. My Dads side of the family is all very tall. And Spencer certainly got those genes! But you will see those later.... for this challenge here is my layout.. I love the colors in this layout and I used a lot from my stash which makes me happy! What do you think? Thanks for looking...
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 10:55 AM
I found a site that had a challenge that intrigued me alot. The site Challenge Me Happy challange #40 is using typography. I know .. huh? I looked it up ...you know.. googled it... and thought about it .. alot. At the same time G3 played a game down in Georgia. We are lucky enough to have family down there and they were able to attend. Thanks to Dana we have have great pictures! G3 scored the tying goal and UMass was able to win! The newspaper down there captured a great picture... you see G3 loves to fly through the air. Combining these 2 things here is what I came up with... what do you think? I think I like it ...I feel like it was a great challenge that really pushed me!
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 10:42 AM
Thursday, February 21, 2013
So over at About a Boy, they have a challenge to introduce your "boys" in a scrapbook page. Easy right? Well, yes and no. I don't have any kids of my own. I am blessed to have 13 nieces and nephews, and 3 greats. They are my heart. Some of them I have been around since the first hoours of thier lives. So I have to introduce you to the five nephews and 2 great nephews. 7 pictures? I had to come up with a better idea. So I found a picture of all the kids and whited out the girls...lol.. hope they forgive me. And I added one of the 2 great nephews. Everyone of them from 34 to 3 years old are quite charming and good kids. They are growing so fast. They have all played sports, lacrosse mostly. Today, one is an artist, another has a career in cabling and wiring, one loves working on cars and made it his career. G3 is a soophmore in collage and plays Division 1 lacrosse, one is a freshmen in high school, a 4th grader and a kindergardner. Quite a collection. So without further ado... here is my take on the challenge... I love doing layout with the boys so you will pobably see a lot more of them....Check out "About a Boy" Thanks for looking!
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 12:37 PM
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
lol.. this layout makes me laugh.. don't get me wrong I really like it and I pushed the edges. I did some different types of things. The "washers" on the left edge I painted with nail polish...lol.. I used lots of bright fun colors. I actually had a blast doing this. The challenge was "be bold" from Frosted Designs. So fun in the midst of a hard winter. here is my layout.... so tell me what you think...
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 8:17 PM
Monday, February 18, 2013
This is my niece Sarah. She is getting married soon. She is a beautiful girl and is a paramedic. I love this picture of her. I used the sketch from 365. Here is the sketch.... and here is my take... I am linking this 365 Sketchbook. I think I did ok.. what do you think?
Posted by Evelyn Whiteway at 11:45 AM