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goddessjoy


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Date: Sat December 18, 2010
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trickletime

theStudio Monet
this is beautiful. gorgeous title and frame. awesome photo.
For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone. ~ Audrey Hepburn



Families are forever because love never melts.
#1 Sat December 18, 2010 20:52

LLPooh1

Carin Grobe Designs CTM
Wow, that's a terrific photo. Beautiful work on the layout!
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Proudly creating for:

Carin Grobe Designs, Mad Genius Designs and ADBDesigns

Amber Shaw, AK Designs, Colie's Corner, Ohana Designs, Simple Girl Scraps


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#2 Sun December 19, 2010 03:21

johnsonrj@q.com

theStudio Monet
That colored photo works perfect with this layout. Love the smaller images of the tree int he snowflake frames.
Rhonda J Johnson

aka Princess



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#3 Sun December 19, 2010 03:55

MsKaty

theStudio Warhol
Just beautiful. I love the circle frames turned like you did.
#4 Sun December 19, 2010 06:01

danzinst

theStudio Monet
This turned out super.I love the photo with the snow scene to match the kit, Beautiful work.
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#5 Sun December 19, 2010 09:53

goddessjoy

theStudio CT
Thanks, folks!



A friend of mine took the photo. It was taken at Ash Cave in the Hocking Hills Region of south eastern Ohio. The fall is almost 100' tall, and in the winter (if it's cold enough, long enough) that huge ice formation grows, from the bottom up AND from the top down. I can remember, as a child, seeing them connected in especially cold winters.



This place really is magical! My hubby and I had our Handfasting ceremony there almost 11 years ago, and one of my best girlfriends and her hubby had their Handfasting there two years ago. It's one of the only places where I truly feel "at home"!
#6 Sun December 19, 2010 16:01

Min

theStudio Designer
Awesome page, Joy, apart from the great pics I love your title work and how the little bit of recoloring adds interest!
#7 Sun December 19, 2010 23:17

Ambowife Designs

theStudio Designer
Gorgeous page and wow what a photo, I like that you came back to tell us more about it too hun. I want to see your handfasting ceremony pics now LOL super job on the progressive challenge, well done!


~~ Tracy ~~
Studio Designer~Creative Team and QC Liason




#8 Mon December 20, 2010 13:33

goddessjoy

theStudio CT
Thanks Tracy and Min!



The blue of the ice is just unreal. Some years it looks like it's glowing from the inside out! Hmm...maybe I should do a page for each of the 4 seasons at the cave....



I need to scan my Handfasting pictures again. The digital versions were lost with a laptop death a couple of years ago. Plus, I'm having too much fun scrapping everyone elses' photos to worry about mine! ;-)
#9 Mon December 20, 2010 22:47

Ambowife Designs

theStudio Designer
Oh yes fire up the scanner and get them scanned hun, I am the same, scrapping everyone else and still haven't finished my wedding album, hmmm 7 years in the making LOL. So I can't talk wahahaha!!


~~ Tracy ~~
Studio Designer~Creative Team and QC Liason




#10 Tue December 21, 2010 01:13

goddessjoy

theStudio CT
Maybe santa will bring me a new scanner for Yule??!



As far as my wedding pictures...wow, hubby and I eloped (here in California) and there are only a couple of pictures from that. I need to dig them up!



We had our Handfasting a few months later back in Ohio with my family and friends, and there's a few hundred shots from that ceremony. I think I need to pare it down to a few favorite shots and get to work. Seeing as I'm new to this whole digi scrapping thing, I think I'm chugging along at a decent pace!
#11 Tue December 21, 2010 21:31


 

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