Baby Toes

This is why I LOVE digital scrapping. These were some old snap shots that I took one day with a disposable camera. The color and contrast were never very good. I scanned them and used Photoshop. The photos were on an old paper page, so this is a redo. Thao's naturescape kit is amazing to work with, all the elements go together beautifully no matter which papers or embellishments you choose. You can get such a variety of looks with this kit. Thanks again Thao. I also really liked the effect of Erica Hite's stained template over the background paper. It gave the whole page much more dimension.

 

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Baby Toes

Tell me, what is half so sweet as a baby's tiny little feet?

 

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What a beautiful LO! It's just perfect! colors, embellishments, everything. And the photo of your little one is just too precious! Well done!

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This is an incredible LO! The pictures are soooo beautiful! yay for Photoshop 'rescuing' them!

 

Straight into my favourites! :D

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Well, once again you've outdone yourself! You have such an eye for how to balance a page so that it feels somehow restful, but at the same time taking your eye from place to place on the page. I LOVE what you did with Thao's kit! I may have to scraplift some of it! ;) Beautiful!

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Oh, this is just PERFECT! That little baby is just the cutest. I love how you've placed the photos -you did an amazing job with the touch ups, they look like they've been taken with a professional digi camera. All the colours in the LO go so well with the green outfit. Just beautiful!

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Wow - this is really amazing! The photos look great with the colours & embellishments you chose to use. You've just done an outstanding job!

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Paula, this is truly a masterpiece. I love how you arranged the leaves around the edges. This looks so lush and rich.

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This is so wonderful.

I can't stop looking at it.

What precious, precious pictures of that cutie-pie. And how you layered the leaves and the beaded wires.

Just gorgeous all around.

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