Another Digital Scrapbook Page

My BFF Sue and I had had a terrific day at Dalby (about an hour west of here) with other members of the Australian Sewing Guild and Felicity from For Frock’s Sake.  We were there for a fun colour and style workshop  at the home of one of the Dalby girls – Thanks, Lesley! I got quite worn out, but it was a great day.  Turns out I’m NOT one colour season but a mix – there ya go!

Tomorrow we’re off on a little shopping trip to Brissy, where we’ll meet up with a friend from Pattern Review.  (Hi Lynn!)

So anyway, I wanted to make something to say thank you to Sue: I don’t know if she’ll like this or HATE it, but here goes:

2009_10_12 P_Knox_No144 blog

I think I might print this out and mount it on a cream background to give all that pattern some breathing room:

preview for blog of Sue page

(Template:Pattie Knox SpeedByte No. 114 from DesignerDigitals; All papers and elements: Shabby Princess: Happy Go Lucky (free kit!); and I nicked the nice pic of Sue in her LBD from her blog – Probably Sue’s DH took it,so I need to credit him, too!)

What do you think? I hope this isn’t one of those layouts where I look back and cringe – for today, I’m pretty happy with it!

7 Replies to “Another Digital Scrapbook Page”

  1. Caity – your gonna make me tear up – you are such a good friend!
    I love that you have used my colour pallette in the background! I love it!

  2. Love the digital page – especially the one on the cream background. I also like how open you are with your feelings about people. It’s so important to let people know just how special they are.

    Have a great day with Lynn and Sue.

    Hopefully we can catch up again in the future.

    Kelley

  3. Hi Gorgeous!, This looks lovely! I really admire the work you are putting into this, am getting my photos ready! Hmmm, which one first?????
    Marion

  4. She’s looking good Vern. Erm, the layout…. Well, of COURSE Sue looks good…. Digging a hole here…. Well done anyhow. Loved it against the cream background.

    I’ve just been rediscovering how to make right angle weave ‘beads’, so I can make up some bookmarks. All fun.

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