Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Some more digital and hybrid goodies...

Hey there! Did you all have a wonderful iDSD? I didn't get to play as much as I wanted too, but I still managed to snag some kits that have been on my wish list, and I made a couple layouts too.

Here are some projects I have created in the recent past. Life is so busy, I have a hard time keeping my little bloggy up to date. But anyway, here are a few things...

My 9 year old son is an avid reader, so when Kristin Cronin-Barrow released Bookworm, I knew I would make something for him. I decided to do a simple little reading log, by covering a mini legal pad.

I was in the mood to scrap a layout one day, so I used the beautiful Autumn Spice kit by Penny Springmann, as well as her All Worn Out: Photograph and Paper Overlays 3 and Word Jumbles: Autumn. Fall is my favorite time of year, so this kit just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside! LOL


Laura of simply.scraps is a guest designer at The Digichick for the month of November. She released this cute kit called Toot Toot Woo Woo at TDC to kick off her time there. I dug way back in my photos to find these of my oldest son who is now 13! I just love these pictures, though, and they were perfect for this kit!



Trixie Scraps recently released this collab with Golden Girls Digital Designs, called Work It! I love all the great elements in this kit, and it was perfect timing for me, as I have recently embarked on a healthy lifestyle change. I made a fitness journal to keep me motivated on my journey.


And finally, I made this cute little Halloween decoration using Ooky Spooky and All Boxed In template by Danielle Corbitt. I know we are switching gears for Christmas now, but this could easily be made into a fun Christmas project. How about JOY or NOEL blocks?


So thanks for stopping by... I hope I was able to provide you with just a little inspiration! Have a great day!

2 comments:

ChloƩ said...

Wow, I love evertything, especially the fitness journal! Great idea!!

Jill (alien21xx) said...

These are fabulous projects, Deb! Love 'em! I like the Fitness journal in particular! Was wondering actually if you could share your journal pages LOL. I have a similar journal which I wanted to give to my mom, but since I'm not into the whole fitness tracking (yet), I don't know what to put in the interior pages.