I was just sitting at the computer and looked over to see the snow falling and blowing once again. A winter storm watch has been in effect since last night at 10:00. It wasn't too bad early this morning when I ventured out to an ENT appointment, but by noon when I met a friend for lunch the driving had gotten pretty dicey. I'm glad to say I'm home with no intentions of going out again until at least noon tomorrow. Depending on how long this lasts, it may be longer!
I wasn't able to catch the blowing snow (so much more dramatic) from my studio window, but I did decide that the scene made an appropriate Zoom In, Zoom Out subject for Helena's meme.
Ali Edwards Photo template
I've spent quite a bit of time this week working on my December Project Life layouts. Given our schedule this year, it's turning out to be quite a few pages! I thought I ought to get the November ones posted (they've been done except for the journaling for ever so long), before I start sharing the December ones. I must say it's a joy to work in a cleaned-out, well-organized studio. All that hard work really paid off.
I used the same Ali Edwards photo template on this layout as the Zoom In, Zoom Out to show the extremes in weather we had in November. The circles at the top of the title were stamped with a Pink Paislee "Sentiment Series." I inked the wood veneer leaves directly on the stamp pad.
Page two documents Thanksgiving. The two top pockets on the right-hand side were originally one large photo collage that I cut apart. I'm not sure who created the collage. A long time ago I separated a lot of my digital photo templates into folders by the number of photos they hold. It works well except not all of them have the designer information still attached to them.
The digital stamp on the bottom left photo is from Paislee Press, and the photo template with the pictures of Skylar is on of Cathy Zielske's "Labeled Photo" sets.
Hope to be back tomorrow with this week's Frugal Still Life.