Friday, August 29, 2008

Swim Lessons

I'm still playing a bit with this Live Writer. And it looks like I can change fonts! Neat-o!

For Anke, some bloggers use the strikethrough to be funny. They might write something that is what they really mean, but do the line through it and write what is proper or nice. It's just a way to play with writing. The gal who writes the blog "Because I Said So" uses the strikethrough in a funny way.

I had some time to work on a digi layout of swim lessons this summer. It was hard to get good pictures but I wanted to use what I managed to get.


What do you think?

Hopefully I can do some creating this weekend...

Thanks as always for visiting.

Stuff I Used:

Template: Jen Caputo Collection 26 (Scrapbookgraphics)

Kit: Mary Fran Summer Splash, Summer Sass alpha (Nitwit Collections)

Fonts: Century Gothic, Ck Ali's Writing



Carol said...

I love your layout, it is very cool. Love all the photos you have included.

Clearly Inspired said...

Great layout! I love the pic of your daughter's hand coming out of the water. That is an awesome shot!

Anke said...

What a fun page, I love it! I downloaded the program but it created a new weblog for me which I don't need. How did you get it to post to your blog?

Barb W said...

Great layout, Jeanne! I love the 'movement' feeling of the photos too. Very nice.

Carol said...

Hi Jeanne, a lolly is I guess what you guys call a candy. They are generally soft and the main ingredient is sugar. He is holding a red and yellow frog. Red frogs are very popular, they are soft, full of sugar and have red food colouring in them (which is another thing I do not like children having as it can make them silly as well).
Carol :-)

Kathi Carlson said...

Beautiful layout. I love the colors and how you laid out the photos. TFS.

stampmonkey said...

Your LO is so refreshing, I love it! Did you use two different pics --one for the group shot and one for your daughter swimming? (One day I AM going to learn how to digi scrap! You and Barb make it look effortless, and there's so many options...with no cutting or glueing involved. lol) Great job, Jeanne!