Digital Scrapbook Page

I’m working on the album for last year’s (2013) cruise from Miami to Puerto Rico, St. Martin, and St. Kitts. We flew to Miami a day before the rest of the group so we could take a GrayLine Tour of Miami, the Everglades and a harbor tour. This layout is after the Everglades and when the tour took us to South Beach and Coconut Grove (in that order, it’s backward on the layout, not that it makes a difference.)Celebrity-Relection-Page-5-South-Beach-and-Coconut-Grove Supplies used were: Template by AD Designs by Anita, Favorite Moments kit, template #2 rotated 90° left and moved to the right. The background paper is by Miki Ferkul from her Seascapes kit and the rest of the elements (including the arrows sign) are by Kimeric Kreations By the Sea Collection.


About frncnseal585

Daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, retired from gainful employment. We have 2 cats and 2 dogs. I love to travel (we cruise, go to Pagosa Springs and take one other trip every year) I like to digitally scrap book (all that traveling), make greeting cards (all occasion & Christmas), write fantasy fiction (got two, maybe three books in the works right now), and photography. I generally participate in most of Kam of Campfire Chic and Amy of Lemon and Raspberry's 30 Days of Lists challenges and also in Lain Ehman's LayOut a Day (LOAD) challenges.

Posted on April 27, 2014, in Scrapbooking, Travel and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. looks lovely, Francine – and what a great idea: wonderful memento of your special times. Happiness at a glance. xxx

  2. I’ve been scrapping our cruises since the second one (the first one was a photo album in 1981 – may rework it as a scrapbook sometime.) I think I’ve been on something like 11 cruises, 10 of them since 1998. It’s one of my favorite ways to vacation.

  3. I’ve nominated you for an award, Francine. xxx

    • Thanks, I saw it and am deeply honored. Now – how to get the badge and how do I post it on my blog? (I’m pretty much a total newby when it comes to the behind-the-scene workings of a blog.

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