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Task 4 Rudolph


Task 4 Rudolph

Hope I'm doing this right!

Supplies:
5 photos taken by moi
ABR_WWishes_Spec_Stripe-Red - darkened and rotated
Pine needle background from Denise Hennessy, Signs of Christmas - darkened and rotated
STI_Cruising_Paper_Special (http://store.scrapgi...sing-Collection) - used as mat
PJO_ProjectMemories_Christmas_northpole_sign - North Pole
PJO_ProjectMemories_Christmas_green ribbon - turned red
PJO_ProjectMemories_Christmas_ticket-blank-red2
Snow bank from stash
Font: "Island of Misfit Toys" by Steve Ferrera



    Adorable! I love the black -- it looks so dramatic with your photos.
    Hi Smoky - well, I just asked you but my question is answered that you're playing Jumpstart January! Great layout and sure loks wonderful to me.
    I love your pretty dark background and how your page glows. Your photos are great and your ornaments adorable. Wonderful page. :)
    How absolutely adorable! I missed watching Rudolph this year! I really like the stripes in the background!
    I think you did a great job too! The striped borders add the perfect touch to your layout! Ties so nicely in with Rudolf! -- Glad you are joining us in Jumpstart January!
    Awww so sweet. Fantastic photo with Christmas light behind Rudolph.
    What a cute title! It's a really neat layout - I like the arrangement of your photos. The ornaments are just too cute!
    This is so good! I like your background stripes and the sparkle you put behind the lower left figures - it looks like xmas tree needles!... but your extraction is wonderful! And those photos are just superb - are they touched up or are you just a wonderful photographer? I look forward to seeing many more of your pages :-)
    Absolutely adorable. I love the expression on Rudolph's face in the top photo, so cute. Your ornaments are so cute and I love your layout. Love the stripes down the sides of the page and that gold frame. The black paper really makes it glow. Just like Rudolph's nose.
    love the composition here - great extractions too
    Like the Christmas light picture...very interesting how you pointed out the light for Rudolphs nose.