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Rolled Snow


© Francine M Seal

Rolled Snow

I was captivated by the Flaking Out freebie on Feb 21, 2012 from Laura Louis for two reasons. One, I love the colors and two, I had just the perfect pictures for the subject. I bought her complete Flaking Out Biggie Collection and used the freebie plus her first alphabet set included in the kit. I created clipping masks for my photos. After creating my title in two merged files, I used puppet warp (Photoshop CS5) to make the title follow the curves on the paper.

    Oh my gosh! You did such a beautiful job on this layout! I LOVE how you made the title follow the curves on the paper! I also really loved that you used the stitched frame to capture your journaling! Great thinking outside the box!

    I also am in AWE of your rolled snow photos!!! That is seriously one of the coolest things I have ever seen! I would have been out there taking photos until it all melted (as I imagine you did too)!

    This is a really wonderful layout with great photos! Great job!!!
    Stunning photos and a beautiful page. I love the freebie and the lovely colors.
    Beautiful. Your photos are amazing. I love your title. I loved this freebie also, the colours are amazing.
    Oh my goodness! What amazing photos. I've never seen anything like that. I'm so glad you caught pics of it.

    The layout is wonderful. I love how you used the curve to add your alpha along it. Nicely done.
    Lovely page -- and perfect for the freebie. Pretty winter colors. Your photos are amazing. I've never seen anything like this -- thanks so much for scrapping this.
    You did such a great job with this - so clever and the perfect layout for these photos!!
    I have never in my life seen anything like this! The freebie really was perfect for these photos. I love how you did your title, and your journaling is great. Awesome layout!
    Wow! What an amazing phenomenon! I'm so glad that you photographed it and shared it with us. Great job with the layout--I love the curves.
    Wow, I have never seen anything like this. It looks like a roll of cotton batting. Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Goodness! Great photos and handling of them. I love it.