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SS Club February - Stormy skies


SS Club February - Stormy skies

Journaling:
March 3, 2009.A windy start, followed by big thunder and
billowing showers. After the rain squalls moved on, the sky was
beautiful at sunset.

Tucked bits of tulle here and there for emphasis. Thanks Amanda and Kerry for the beautiful products this month.

ScrapSimple February Club products:
ASO_SSPaper_FloridOverlay_Base1
ASO_SSPaper_FloridOverlay_Lined
KVE_SSLYO_Fragments_06_Tulle
ASO_SSEmb_WornOverlays_Rectangle2
KVE_SSLYO_Fragments_01_Paper_Base
KVE_SSLYO_Fragments_13_Clock_Numbers

Other products:
Base paper: EHI_PreciousBoy_12x12_Solid-LtBlue
Alpha: MST_FullyAlive
Lightning bolt: RSC_Brush_Lightning 6

Fonts: Arial Narrow and Pea Tracy



    This is absolutely Gorgeous! How well I remember the storms of Puget Sound. I grew up in Tacoma :)
    When I saw this I thought, "wow, it looks just like here where I live! Duh, I live in Centralia.!" I really do like your layout! Makes me want to run out and take pictures of the trees, but on the otherhand it is drizzling so I think I will just look at your picture! It is neat to know that you must be somewhere up the road!
    Very impressive picture! And the layout does it justice. This is so pretty. I love weather pictures. They are truly awesome when you consider the power behind what makes the sky like that. I really love this page.
    Beautiful page! I like how you put the journaling on the photo, and the colors look wonderful here. Great job on this! :)
    Stunning Page. Love the photo, and everything about this LO. Beautiful
    I really like how you framed the photo. The LO is wonderful!
    Wow, I love the clouds in your sky. Beautiful. I love the framing of your photo and your title is so fun with the different alpha and fonts.
    Beautiful photo and I love the paper and elements you have chosen to showcase it.
    great layout! You really took your cues from the photo--the blues and blacks and the products you used enhance your photo quite well.
    Great LO! I love the way you used the Florid Overlay. It really added that special touch to this lo.