Sunday, April 29, 2007

Jana scraps??

German phrase of the day: Wie geht es dir? = How are you? (literally means How is it going for you? You can also shorten this to just Wie gehts - pronounced vee gates)

Well, I try to scrap. However, most of my scrapping was done in preparation for classes, and this layout is no exception! This is from Easter LAST year, and I made this layout for a scrapping class I taught. I actually CASEd this layout from one I found on splitcoast, but I'm sorry to say I can't find it again right now.

I used the Word by Word background stamp and cut out different words to use as little "Levi tags" around the layout. I also used the new retired Border Builders set for the bottom (LOVED that set!) The ladies at my class really enjoyed making this layout...although people always seem to worry about direct-to-paper techniques. I guess I was intimidated by them at first also, until I realized you just can't screw them up!! :-)

Thanks for visiting today...I'll have more new stuff when I get back, but for now you're still stuck with some oldies - but at least I'm not posting repeats yet!! ;-)



  1. Heather Summers4/29/2007 06:14:00 AM

    LOVE the pages! The colours are great and great layouts! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Great pages - I need to try and catch up on my scrapping before my sister's wedding when I'll have another couple of hundred to add to the collection....

  3. Very nice Jana! Love the great colors and what a cute little girl! :)

  4. They are sooo cute & I am soooooo behind in my scrapping...yikes!!!!

  5. Jana

    Love both layouts and I agree with you .... Border Builders is my favorite set and use as much as I can....

  6. Jana, love the pic of you in Barcelona ( can't wait to see one from Italy) and love the new banner!!! And I always love pages with Lil Miss Julia! Kudos to my jet setting niece!

  7. Awesome pages! Fun colors and you have super cute kiddos!

    And I'm lovin' the German. I grew up in a German speaking extended household, so it's fun to see what you post. (my grandparents immigrated from Germany in 1954....hence the German spelling of my name)


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