Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Guess Who is a Guest Designer at Lasting Memories?

Yep, that's me. I am so excited! Even though I have been scrapbooking for a while, I have only been blogging for a little over a month. Being asked to be a Guest Designer is the cherry on top of my favorite banana split.

This week's challenge at Lasting Memories is "Snow Falling on Cedar". So, here is a layout showing a rare feature of Augusta, Georgia - SNOW!

Supplies used:
glitter cardstock - DCWV Summer Dream Cardstock Stack
printed paper - Creative Memories
other paper - from scraps folder
ribbon - from stash
Cricut cartridges - CM Cheerful Seasons

Til next time,
Melissa

P.S. Sorry, the pictures are not the best. I do not know how to take good pictures of my LOs or other pieces to put on my blog.

8 comments:

  1. So glad you get to join us for the month. Lovely layout. I struggle with taking pictures of my layouts too. Just keep trying. I find that natural light works best and I have a makeshift easle to prop up my layout. I always get photos that look kind of slanted because of it. Like I said just keep trying

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  2. Congrats Melissa...love the layout...those of us that live in Augusta, understand what a big deal that little bit of snow was!

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  3. Woot woot... So excited that you have decided to join us as Guest this month... We are so pleased to share this month with you...
    I love your double LO!! And don't worry too much about the photos of your LO's, they look fine...
    I always lay mine down to make them square and even.. Then try to make sure there is good light but no shadows or glare... Honestly it isn't a fine art form, we are all learning all the time... :)
    Your doing great so far.. :)
    Toni - LMDT

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  4. Beautiful pictures and I love the glitter and blue papers! So very pretty!

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  5. WELCOME Melissa!! Wonderful snowy layout and your photos look good to me! Natural light and no glare is my best advice. I too always come out with slightly angled pictures... drives me nuts. But cropping is a wonderful thing. :)

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  6. Congrats and Welcome!! I just love all the blue in your LO and how beautifully it all came together!! So uber pretty!!
    xoxo Charity LMDT

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  7. Gorgeous LO! Thanks for designing with us this month! The photos look good to me. Natural light is the best, and thanks for the easel idea, Haven!

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  8. Amazing LO!!! love the papers you picked and thanks for joining us at lasting memories as our Guest Designer - can't wait to see what you come up with for the other challenges :)
    Kimberly

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