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Here are two of the pages I did for this weekend's cybercrop at crafting in style - I did all three challenges but am not completely happy with the first one yet. Am really happy with these two though, so it was a quite productive night last night!

This one from my friend Sylvia's marriage to Jeff, back in August when I went to Germany to be there, is one of my favourite shots from the day. There are many funkier, artier photos, but this sweet smile on Sylvia's face, and the way they are looking at each other, just shouts 'yes' - that they are absolutely certain and joyful to be getting married. I'm sure they had to say something else as part of the ceremony (not 'ja', I mean), but it doesn't matter, it sums up the sentiment!

The other layout is some funny and cool photos of Ben in front of Big Ben in London. I've wanted to scrap them for ages. Ben got sick of me wanting photos of him there, and pulled a face - but that is the photo that makes me laugh! So it worked out well :)

2 comments:

Colette (from BB) said...

Hi Danielle! I finally made it over to check out your blog! You are an amazing woman - your writing style is brilliant and you are obviously of an intellectual bent. It is a shame though that you find it hard to verbally communicate and would prefer to write, as verbal communication would only enhance your other talents. Have you considered doing some form of Public Speaking - I used to belong to Toastmasters - and found them very helpful in improving that aspect of my life. To help you thru what is obviously a junction in your life, you may need to look outside your comfort zone.

Love your work too by the way,lovely use of style and colour.

Hope you find a way to resolve your junction crisis! Your art will certainly help.

xxx

Colette (from BB) said...

Hi Danielle! I finally made it over to check out your blog! You are an amazing woman - your writing style is brilliant and you are obviously of an intellectual bent. It is a shame though that you find it hard to verbally communicate and would prefer to write, as verbal communication would only enhance your other talents. Have you considered doing some form of Public Speaking - I used to belong to Toastmasters - and found them very helpful in improving that aspect of my life. To help you thru what is obviously a junction in your life, you may need to look outside your comfort zone.

Love your work too by the way,lovely use of style and colour.

Hope you find a way to resolve your junction crisis! Your art will certainly help.

xxx