MOC pages 7-9

I’m participating in The Lilypad’s Month of Challenges this month. I’m excited to stretch creatively, and really want to knock out a bunch of summer pages.

January 2014 Storyteller by Just Jaimee

Number 7 was an easy challenge, just use word art. This page is probably the most “my style” of the MOC pages so far. Or at least Jason’s idea of what my style is… “You put a couple of pictures up in one corner and put some stuff around them”. (Picture him waving his arms and gesturing)…

I altered the word art by using the clone tool to get rid of the “2014”. I didn’t notice that the year was also 2014 on this page, so I went back and fixed it.

Journaling reads- We were so happy to finally see that plane touch down! Only a few more minutes and we’d see [Little Man]!

January 2014 Storyteller by Just Jaimee paper

Number 8 was pretty tricky. The challenge was to layer the photo so that it looks like it’s a watercolor or sketch along the edges. Masking always looks romantic to me, so I thought this would be a great time to use pictures from Jason’s brother’s wedding. I’m not usually a technique-y person, but definitely something I’d like to play around with more. And it helps to have beautiful photos as inspiration!

2014 January Storyteller by Just Jaimee

Number 9 was to re-do a past page. I don’t like to do that, so I just took a picture that I’d already scrapped a couple of years ago and paired it with new photos to tell a different story. Also, that very awkward “sweet” label was used to cover up an even more awkward part of the photo where a lady was standing with her mouth wide open in the background. I am not enough of a photoshop master to fix that, so if all else fails, stick an ellie over it. 🙂

I’m running a bit behind on my MOC pages, but hoping to get caught up in the next couple of days!

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