Sunday, October 23, 2011

My granddaughter, Sydney, is in the upper room of this spooky house looking ghoulish with that scary white face. Yikes, she is scaring me. This old broken down house is about ten minutes from where I live. It is on the outskirts of Portland, TX. My daughter, Jodi, was fascinated with the house, and she thought it would make for some great photography. She did a wonderful job taking this photo.

I used elements from The Scraps of the Season: Falling for You CD (Let the Boo Get to You page kit) and also used Spooky Alpha by Meryl Bartho.

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Granddaughter, Kaylee, not looking too spooky at the costume party, but I'm sure she had a Spooky Good Time. Backgrounds used are from Lauren Bavin's Freshly Picked Value Collection.

The "Time to Spook" Quick Click was a Digital Scrapbook Place freebie, and should be in the store soon.
Bill, having a good time at our friend's Fox Creek Ranch in Weesache, TX. This page was created with Warm Earth Memories Value Collection.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Ketchikan was such an interesting place. The main photo is was taken at the famous Creek Street. and we saw seals frolicking in the water in this area, which was so amusing. Dolly's Place used to be a brothel from 1919 - 1950's, and is now open for tours. Dolly's famous line was, "I realized I could make a lot more money from the attentions of men than I could waiting on tables." Background is from Comfort and Joy by Tina Chambers, stapled frames are from Down by the Sea, also by Tina Chambers, Digital Dates Carved Text by Meryl Bartho, and alpha is Custom Fill Script by Lauren Bavin.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Here's Miss Sydney all dressed up for a fun evening at her 8th grade formal dance. I thought her dress was over-the-top beautiful, so I wanted to scrap her lovely memory with this fast and easy Quick Click from the Scraps of Style: Quick Clicks. Also used Meryl Bartho's Copper Glitter Alpha (recolored), and Blue diamonds background from Kim Liddiard's Obsidian Flight Value Collection.

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Journaling reads: This is the last steam locomotive built for Union Pacific. It was enroute from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Harlingen, Texas, as part of Harlingen's 100th anniversary celebration. Bill captured these great photos in Kingsville, Texas on April 14, 2010. A Quick Click made this fast and easy to put together; used Rounded Six Quick Click, and used Carol Ann Gary's Urban Station Value Collection.