Friday, August 2, 2013

Photowalking

I missed most of the Scrap Girls Staycation Week fun.  My husband,Steve, and I were out of town attending the National Lutheran Secretariat (of Via de Cristo) National Meeting in West Palm Beach Florida.  Steve  is on the Board as Treasurer, and I attended as a visitor.  What a wonderful destination for a conference!  While Steve was in meetings, I used the opportunity to behave as if I were on vacation.  I went to the beach, took a nap, and took my camera for a couple of walks around the city.

And since we were down that far, we thought it would be a good idea to take a couple of extra days and drive down to Key West to get some real vacation time in together.  Boy was that a good idea!  We had a wonderful time.

We returned just in time for me to catch the tail end of Staycation week.  Wednesday's theme was Historic Downtown - the theme I had in mind when I created the Photo Walk Collection Mini.  I got caught up in all the excitement and was ready to scrap some of the photos I took in West Palm Beach and Key West, and to use the collection. 

In doing so, I found that I wanted an alpha to coordinate with the "ransom note" type word art and some paper backgrounds that weren't so busy.  So as I was making my layouts, I put together a Photo Walk Alpha Mini and Photo Walk Solids Paper Mini, and put them into the boutique this week.

Photo Walk Alpha Mini
Photo Walk Solids Paper Mini
I put them all together in a Value Pack:

Value Pack: Photo Walk

Here are the layouts:


Now to sort through the rest of over 600 photos that I took!




4 comments:

Monica Lebsack said...

Love this kit, Elisha. Thanks for pulling together the extras. :)

ozthewizard said...

What a great kit, Elisha. I love the layouts you created. They are so pretty.

Cheryll Ann ChersFlair said...

You were in my neck of the woods. I love the WPB area and the drive to the keys really helps to unwind the mind and soul. Beautiful collection Elisha.

Carla said...

Absolutely love the color palette you used, Elisha! I can't wait to see more photos!