There are a few more pages. This is what happens when we are too worn out from Christmas preparations and have to sit … at the computer of course and my fingers just can’t help themselves.
One more card for Christmas.
This piece was done for my challenge at the Just Art site. Christmas is not the only celebration in December and so many celebrate differently. I thought we should celebrate those holidays through our art.
With this Christmas Carol challenge I went the opposite way of the holiday and focused on Marley and his chains.
Once my muse had finished with Marley’s ghost I could concentrate on a more Christmas type of page. What better than the Muppets at Christmas.
This is a reflection challenge. I’ve always loved this photo taken of a dried Queen Anne’s Lace flower from our old country place and finally had a place to use it.
One more family page at Thanksgiving
Here we are again, late with our postings. From Christmas and then Life Book 2016 and a few other things that seem to get in the way … you know … life ….. it is a game of catch up. Here are December’s digital pieces.
Blue winter was made for the template challenge in December
My favourite Christmas carol.
A Christmas challenge
Doesn’t this say it all? Good times with the family at Thanksgiving
Would it be Christmas without more Christmas cards?
I am going to add the rest with another posting, yes, I was having a great digital time at Christmas
Here is this year’s Christmas mini kit created for the colour challenge with ADB Designs over at the Digital Scrapbooking Studio with Dianne. The glorious colour palette this month was inspiring.
The Art Challenge at The Digital Scrapbooking Studio for December was a pleasure to do. It’s hosted by Robyn of Red Dog Designs and she generously shares a mini kit with us each month. I used several of the elements and the blended background papers are from the kit. The tree is from a photo I took after an ice storm and it had the brightest blue sky that I blended away.
Half Past Autumn … I love this way of describing the season change between autumn to winter. It is from a poem by Gordon Parks “But I do feel a little teeny right now that I’m just about ready to start, and winter is entering. Half past autumn has arrived.” This kit was created for The Digital Scrapbooking Studio’s December colour challenge with ADB Designs. I have also done a page using ADB Designs pretty little kit and another created with my kit. These photos are from a beautiful autumn day deep in the Ottawa valley.
Page created with ABD Designs mini kit
Page created with my Half Past Autumn kit
Half Past Autumn