Here is the sketch:
and inspiration board:
From the inspiration board, I picked that amazing pink color, the cloud shape, and the word "happy." From my stash, I found some old ribbon, washi tape, and Webster's pages paper from Christmas. I also found old paper clip stars and one that said "family!
Here's my layout:
with some different views:
And here is the photo that I took at Beaver Stadium yesterday. We were waiting for John to complete his 5K run.
It was such a beautiful day! After the 5K, we took Katie out for lunch and had a delicious meal filled with fun and love. I am very happy that John, Anne, Aunt Karen, and Uncle Tim and I got to spend Katie's 21st birthday with her.
And in closing, I would like to share some photos with you. I am taking a class right now and am learning a lot about editing in Photoshop! I am really amazed at all of the things that can be done in Photoshop, and I know that I just touched the tip of the iceberg, too!
Here are some of my examples:
The original photo was taken right down the street from our home at the farm:
My edit with Cinderella's carriage and castle:
I took this picture at Jacobsberg Park during a foggy evening:
One of my Facebook friends said that it looked like the headless horseman should
come riding over the bridge, so I added him:
I snapped this photo at Arrowhead Lake last summer:
Here is my edit after I added a family of bears:
A pretty boring photo that I took last summer At Monacasy Park in Bethlehem:
Not anymore . . . I made it haunted:
And last but not least, I took this photo at the top of the Empire State Building:
We couldn't go up at night because it was extremely cold, so I made it look like we did:
So, I hope you had fun taking a peek at some of the fun that I have had editing the past 2 weeks! I am enjoying this class and learning so much!
And if you have a chance, please check out the Scrap Our Stash Challenge Blog this month, too.
Have a great week everyone! Thank you for stopping by my blog today. HUGS!