So hubby and I are watching some television and he says 'Hey Babes, I need a baby boy card.". I say "No problem, when do you need it for?", his response "tomorrow". WHAT!!!!! You know these cards don't come out of a magic genie bottle right! So he puts on a movie I have no interest in watching which gives me exactly 132 minutes to design a card for him!! MEN!
So here is my speedy baby card which I debated even posting. Looking at it now, there's so many things I would change. Oh well, lesson learned. My response from now on will be "That depends..."
Not much to tell with regards to process or products. The paper is Maja Design and the image is from a vintage stock collection I picked up. Everything else is from my stash. No time for handmade flowers or texture pastes, but it did the job in a pinch and it was nice not spending two days making a card.
Still wet and damp here, nothing new to report except that someone fished that trolley out of the lake and I was so happy to see that! But then I turned the corner and BLAM, there it was at the top of the stairs...DUUUUUUUDE!
The rest of the pictures here were taken on a different day. My first time going out before the sunrise. It was quite beautiful and such a good day for it, as the mist made for some very atmospheric shots! The world was so quiet, I could hear myself breathing!
That big empty space at the end of those rocks is where the lake would be...if could see it! Man, it was like 'American Werewolf in London' kind of misty! Good thing I don't believe in werewoves...GULP!
It has occurred to me that photographers must be quite crazy!! You should have seen the very precarious stance over the water that I had to take in order to get this shot...I was wobbling back and forth and had to re-position a couple of times just so I could lift the camera up without toppling right over! It's a cattail Pam, we aren't winning a Pulitzer for this shot, so let's not drowned please!
Totally worth it, look at how beautiful this is with the water drops on it!