Double Layout

     Hi all - Lyne from Lynn's Everyday Ideas here with a new double page layout to inspire you.  When I saw the double page sketch over at ScrapMuch? the beginning of the month I knew exactly what photos and paper I wanted to use with it. For whatever reason the sketch just screamed fall layout to me. The paper is from Close To My Heart's Pathfinding collection from my recent  Paper Crafter Anonymous haul (which can be seen here).  
     The photos are from a recent trip my parents took our son on to visit my sister at college. I loved how the hints of aqua in the green paper matches my sisters shirt perfectly.   I think the photo on the second page of her holding M is my favorite....really shows how happy they are to see each other.

     The title is the initials of my sisters school (Lancaster Bible College) in an awesome green corrugated cardstock, and the tag I colored myself with an inkpad and blending tool.    
     Since there was so much white space I used my Prima chalking edgers in a green that matches the paper.  This made the ivory a little less stark.  It doesn't show well in the photos, but I love the look in my book.            
     Hope I've inspired you today, and would love to have you as a follower.  Until next time...Keep Scrapping!

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Universal & Studio J

I created all 3 of these layouts with the following:
Same Layout: Photo Moments
Same Photos
Same Photo Positions

Log in to Studio J with your Close to My Heart Log In Information
Name Your Layout
Upload your photos
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Choose your Layout Type
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I chose the Express Layout Option
then the Travel Option and chose this layout

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I when went to Custom and chose the Wanderful paper kit
I created 2 different layouts adjust the Cardstock Colors
Font, I added a border, tags with the year, stitching and a sticker.

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Good Afternoon Bloggers!
The Holidays are approaching quickly, can you believe it.. I am amazed that ANOTHER year is close to an end. I swear since I hit 35 time is just flying by..

The title of todays post is #workselfies and that is what I am sharing with you.
I take selfies at work to share with my husband while he is on deployment, I have no clue why the majority of my selfies are taken while at work but they are.

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This layout is still a work in progress. I used the Dreamin paper pack and I just love the B&T (Background and Texture papers) in this package. As you can see there is a photo quality error on the photo, so if while creating click on it and it will provide the error.

Image resolution at this scale is below recommended settings. 
This will result in a pixelated printout. If possible, upload a higher-resolution photo. 

This is just a rough draft, but I thought I would show you a little bit of things that you can encounter in Studio J that will ensure you create a beautiful layout, with the best printing/quality.

Another FABULOUS thing about Studio J, is how much customization you can create.
I can change the color of the buttons and thread remove them add different buttons
use any stick ease and or complements that coordinates with the paper pack. As you can see I added stitching over the photos, you can add different types of stitching choose the thread color.
You can add metal elements like photo hangars, hinges and choose the color as well.

There are so many options when creating digitally with Studio J. I love every single page I have created and printed in Studio J. They are displayed in a 12x12 flip album in my entry way and I have one layout framed side by side in my hallway.  This is a great way to get the photos off of your computer and into scrapbooks and or on display.

Thanks for stopping by the blog today! Check out Studio J!



It's beginning to look like gift giving season...Hello and welcome to another Glittered Roses post for Paper Craft Anonymous.  

I love simplicity in masses especially when there are alot of people on my holiday list.   With this card I used My Reflections Chalk it up (X7184B) and stamp set For a Friend (D1542) 
and inked with  Versa Mark watermark stamp pad and heat embossed with white powder; 
topping it off with May Arts twine.

Don't delay get your orders in so that you have plenty enough time to make your holiday cards.
Thank you for stopping by the blog today it's always fun "creating something handmade"