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Digital Scrapbooking | March-13

I’m still scrapping happily away. Not as many pages a month as I might wish, but at least a few. I especially love to play with colors. This is one of my favorite ways to relax and enjoy all the good things in our life. Small stuff and bigger happenings. Here are a few made for March 2013 edition of the digi files:

Winter Moments Credits: Papers and elements from Through the viewfinder. Font: Soymilk
Words: Winter has itโ€™s moments. I enjoy it with my phone in hand snapping photos of the beauty I see. Coffee does help too. sunshine and coffee makes winter so much easier to handle. – photos snapped at the farm when I visited for a few minutes a Saturday; January 5th 2013

Three Wheel Joy Credits: Papers and elements from Love Story by Wild Blueberry ink. Fonts: EM Photogram and DJB Liz
Words: Talk about getting happy! You got to borrow L’s three-wheel bike and off you went, swinging and turning like a little mad-man. D joined in and you two made a contest of it, look how you turn your head to see behind you – you surely wanted to be the first. Thankfully you guys let L bike for a while also, even though she’s not in the photo. You friends sure know how to have fun together! (24. feb 2006)

Here are a couple more of my favorite layouts from February and January (please click the images for description and credits):

favorite_bite-web the 2 of you My 2012 Mug Shots

Thanks for looking. See you around!

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A Long For The Western Country

A Long For The Western Country

It’s been a few years since I lived in the Western part of Norway and I quite love living close to family, but still sometimes I long for the fjord, the mountain and the people of the West.

Especially this summer. When we haven’t traveled over the mountains to meet our friends, when it’s been raining like the west here in the east all summer long, when I haven’t had a ferry ride in ages and when I’ve been fortuned enough to have friends come and visit us – making me miss living close to them ever more.

A Long For The Western Country

This is the last page I’m posting for one of Shimelle’s challenges. It’s been so fun making all these and joining in on the fun at Shimelle’s site (as much as I managed during a busy weekend + week at work). This page is for the Half Page challenge.

A Long For The Western Country

It’s been a scrappy kind of day today, I’m having the weekend off and spent most of my day yesterday moving stuff from our old house. Today I’ve just done whatever I wanted (= a lot of scrapbooking) and relaxed together with MT. Trying to recharge for a busy week ahead.

So, did you manage to enter Shimelle’s challenges?

Maybe you don’t scrap as much as I, but I do hope you share your stories. At least a few of them. Maybe capturing your every day life with your camera?! We forget so much so fast and I’m so glad for the moments I’ve shared here, in my photos or in one of my scrapbook pages. And yet there are so much more to tell! See you soon!

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Soria Moria

Soria Moria

As I started this page I planned on using far more Hot Pink that I ended up using. I will still post it for Shimelle’s Hot Pink Challenge, because it was there it started ๐Ÿ˜€

Soria Moria

Soria Moria

I love the mood of this photo of a place I lived for a couple of years (almost ten years ago now), the photo is not sharp by any means but it has a fairytale quality. At least to me. It’s taken late in the evening, the sunset is giving everything a tint of pink. I love how the road gives my eyes a path to travel; to the timber house where I used to live for a few years ten or so years ago.

Made with papers and embellishments from recent Studio Calico kits.


I have one more layout to share. Look for a new post soon!

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