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My African Safari

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This is my first coffee table book featuring photos taken during my African safari. As a digital scrapbook artist, this book was created using Forever Artisan 6 software and then printed as a seamless lay flat 12”x24” album. Photographing the amazing wildlife in their natural habitat was a dream come true.

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Vow Renewal

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I was playing around with textured shapes and was inspired to create this digital page about our vow renewal in Maui in 2018. After the crazy year we’ve had, I am dreaming of a return trip ❤️

Page designed using Artisan 6 software

100% Fun

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Vacations are always a good idea. Add great friends to the mix and you’ve made the trip even better! My husband and I are lucky to have another couple we love to travel with. Oh the places we want to go! Hopefully this year we can travel with them again! Layouts designed using Artisan 6 software.

Books That Inspire Me

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What inspires you? Books have always been a huge source of inspiration for me. Tell me a book you think needs to be on my list. —————
Page designed using Artisan 6 software

Abe & Dinah

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Today I was challenged to create a heritage page. I decided to design a layout showcasing the only “formal” photo I have of my great grandparents who emigrated from Russia in the early 1900s. I am really happy with how the page turned out and may continue designing more heritage pages in the near future! 

Created using Artisan6 software. (Feel free to message me if you’d like to learn more about digital scrapbooking!)

Life Right Now

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It’s easy to scrapbook older photos and events when I create my page layouts. Now and then I am challenged to create a page that’s more of a “slice of life” moment describing things in real time. This is one of those pages that focuses, specifically, on where I am in life right now.

Content created using Artisan 6 software/

Rome

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Rome had always been a city I dreamed of visiting. My husband felt the same way. We almost went there for our honeymoon but the cost was a bit steep for us at the time. We both agreed that “someday” we would go there together. It took us twenty years but we finally made it to “the Eternal City” and it was as spectacular as we had hoped. We may have had to wait two decades but it was definitely worth the trip!

Layout designed using Artisan6 software