The Daily Digi | My April Layouts

As most of you that have been reading this blog for any length (and, by the way, thank you so much for coming back!) of time know, I’m on the team for The Daily Digi.

Cool –> I know! I love it there.

Lately I haven’t been good about sharing my layouts here, though, but since I am on a roll here (posting more than once each moth. ahem.), I’m going to share with you what I made with this month’s products. And then, off course, highly recommend the files it to you if you have a few bucks to spare. They also have a great manual for how to scrap digitally, you can find more about it by clicking this image:

Ok. So lets talk layouts.

This one is kind of special to me, because this drawing underneath is MT’s first (and so far only) drawing made in Photoshop Elements. It was fun to teach him about the program (layers and tools and such) and I was amazed about how much he understood right away (it took me weeks to get the grips of layers – he took to it within minutes!). I decided to write this one in our own language (= Norwegian of the nynorsk kind) since MT really doesn’t read and understand English all that well – and I guess he will find this one fun to read and show.

Kilimanjaro - what he made
Credits: papers and elements from She by Dunia designs, as part of the digi files of April 2012. Fonts: handwriting-draft (free version) + American Typewriter.

The other one is about my need for ORANGE in my life when the winter has been going on for too long and it’s been months since I got sunshine in through my kitchen window.


Credits: papers and elements from On This Day by  Christine Chodil,  part of the digi files of April 2012. Font: Palation and Traveling Typewriter.

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We’re having a quiet Friday afternoon around here. MT have just watched a movie, now he’s sitting by me here in the sofa drawing dinosaurs (I think he got inspired watching Ice Age 3. LOL). I’m still nursing my cold, but feel so much better today. It’s been a good day.

Wish you all a good weekend. Hope to see you soon.

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