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About Hmaddix

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    Scrapper Next Door
  • Birthday 07/21/1955
  1. What a beautiful picture! Makes a very lovely page!
  2. I have several folders saved in the My Documents main folder: Scrapbook Pages in Progress, Scrapbook Pages Complete, Scrapbook Pages JPEG, Scrapbook Pages to Print, Scrapbook Pages Web. When a page is complete, I save to the Complete Folder, Print folder, JPEG folder, and Web folder, then delete from the In Progress folder. Once I print the page, I delete it from the Print folder. This setup works for me. If I ever get to much in these folders in my PC, I'll just move them to an External Hard Drive.
  3. I'm on a iPad, and it appears I can see everyone's blinkies....
  4. What a beautiful page, love your pictures!
  5. I'm also from the West Coast...driving over to the East isn't too far to go for this view! Love your page!
  6. Here's my page, Cocoa Beach December 2011, I've had a great time, and look forward to the next Tour. Going to spend the rest of the time relaxing on the beach! Thanks ladies, and our Captain, for a great trip!
  7. This is a picture I took from a restaurant deck in Cocoa Beach in 2011. Stroke outline added with a shadow. The paper and 3 elements are from Ginny Whitcomb's Just Beachy Collection, also shadows added. Font for the title is Eraser, colored dark brown.

    © ©Helen Maddix 2016

  8. Having a great time! But awful hot here, just like in Florida! The beach sounds wonderful... here's my tree-wood layout: The Story of a Tree
  9. Love all the flower shots, and all the touches to the layout make it standout! Mount Vernon is one of my favorite places, we walked from my elementary school to there when I was in 3rd grade...Loooong time ago!
  10. The Story of a Tree has a background paper from the Exuberance Collection- CTH Blends, embellishments by Jennifer Ziegler from Tree of Life, the frame cluster is Brandy Murray's Shadowed Frame Cluster-3, drop shadows added to embellishments, title, and journaling. Journaling reads: "In 2006, we purchased a yellow Tabueia for our new backyard. We planted it, watered it, fed it, and it grew into a beautiful tree. Late in July of 2015, after days and days of rain, our tree fell over onto the fence. It was too large to try and upright, so it had to be cut to the ground. Another Tabueia was purchased, and planted near where the first one stood. BUT, by the end of the year, we had shoots from the roots that were left in the ground. Now we have our new small tree, and many potential trees." Title font is Flat Brush, journaling font is Lipograf.

    © ©Helen Maddix 2016

  11. Love this page! Everything works so well together!
  12. Ready to leave the Antarctic! Too cold for me here! But here's my page for the Black-White Challenge, Nicholas, Can you see me?
  13. This is my LO for the Black-White challenge. Photo of our Nicholas, taken in 2015. If you can't tell, he's an American Cocker Spaniel, but we don't have his fur trimmed in a Cocker Cut, it's too silky, and he's too handsome! Background paper is by Angie Briggs' Basic Blacks 6, embellishments are from Furever Friends by Ginny Whitcomb. Frame is SS Photo Borders 4x6, with drop shadows added to the frame and embellishments. Font is Elsie Regular with an Inner Shadow added. Red is my selected color.
  14. I love roses, and your photo is perfect! The colors on your LO go with it great!
  15. Your photo is outstanding! And your BG is perfect for it, love it!