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Out in the Parking Lot


Out in the Parking Lot

I used embellishments from the It's A Guy Thing Collection. I think the layout says it all. Between the farm equipment and the vehicles that they tell me will be fixed someday, I sometimes have to park halfway down the driveway. But don't get me wrong. It is a lot cheaper to have a shade tree mechanic than to take everything in to a shop. The only thing is if you come home from work in the wrong order you mess up the whole scheme of things



    This is much nicer than the parking places we have here, I'll trade anyday for some open space :) Interesting sliced frame and gorgeous colours used.
    Love the way you sliced the photo. Interesting journaling as well. Karen
    I like the way you sliced up the photo and did the blending on the bottom photo. Nice LO.
    I love the beveled edges on your sliced photo. Love the grunged edges on your title too!
    I love the sliced up photo here, too, with the richly colored background. LOL, it sure does look like the beginning of a parking lot, too bad you don't have front row (close to house) parking! I think you need a VIP spot!
    Love this layout. The sliced up photo looks great here, and I really like how you did the title. The colors work perfectly with your photos, and the blended one at the bottom looks great too. Nice work on this!
    lol What fun journaling! I know what you mean - my car has never seen the inside of the garage, because of the boy toys and this is the first year, in fifteen that I've actually been able to drive around the circle drive, because there's always been a fixer upper in it. roflol

    Super photo and I love it in the split frame, against the wonderful blended background. I love the lettering of the title and the lovely embellishments. :-)
    Awesome Dusty! I love how you split up the photo and added the embellies. This is FAB!
    The split photo is so very effective, a real eye -catcher. Love the embellishments and the color palette. Isn't in interesting how some of the most mundane things in life make such interesting art?
    What a wonderful layout! I love the way you did your title, your journaling - especially "shade tree mechanic" AND I love the sliced up photos of your "parking lot" --- LOVE IT!