Finally we have some half-decent weather. Which means that finally (!) I can take some photos. I finished my "Time" double layout (wow is it weird to scrap double layouts again LOL!) on Friday, but we have had such dark, rainy weather that it's been impossible to take any photos. Today it's kinda cloudy (but at least light) with the odd bits of sunshine in between ...every now and then.
Anyway, onto my "Time" layout which is the first of 10 double layouts that we're doing for Shimelle's "My Freedom" class.
I bought a kit for the class, so I'm a little unsure about the supplies and the brands. I also added my own Bazzill cardstock and a few other bits to it.
Oh I nearly forgot: Cindy you asked about the digital scrapping courses by Jessica Sprague that I have taken. You asked: "What do you think of the digital classes by Jessica Sprague? Do you think it is worth the money? I've been thinking about them - but didn't know.... " Okay let's see. I have taken two classes now (the beginner and the intermediate one). This is actually going to be tricky to answer as you have to keep in mind that when I signed up for the first class in May, I had done NO digital scrapbooking at all. Nothing. I had no clue where to start. Also I had only started using PSE this year. So for me, I loved them and I don't regret for a moment that I took them. You know, it was the prefect thing to learn everything from scratch? So, if you have some digital scrapping experience already...it would be very hard for me to say "oh yes I definitely recommend it to you" as it could be that you would just do things you already know. Does that make sense? But for a total beginner, I would say that the classes by Jessica Sprague are a fantastic way to start you off digital scrapping. Hope that was of some help :)
I've just got today's promptfrom Shimelle in the last hour so I'm off with a pen and paper to try and work out some ideas. Today is "photography" day and we're dealing with "inspiration" and "aspiration"...