Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Tropical - MDSM43

I started working on my inside pages for our 2012 photobook.  With the first page (after the cover).... I used a photo(s) from our 2012 Hawaiian Cruise in October, and really liked how it turned out. 
I like it so well, that I'm now thinking it needs to become a double page spread (so, not to be used as the first page of my photobook).  It's so wonderful to be working digitally, as I can rearrange pages with just the click of the mouse!!!!

Now with this page, I used a sketch that I found on the MDS Monday blog (MDSM43).  You may view the challenge here:

I will create the second page to this double page spread a bit later in my digital 2012 photobook plans.... I'll post it when I get chance.

Thanks for looking!

Supplies Used:  My Digital Studio
Background paper - Coastal Cabana
Embellishments - Paradise Found (flower)
Stamp Brush Sets - Feast of Thanks (overlay - Pacific Point); Paradise Found (tree - Chocolate Chip and Gumball Green; leaves - Gumball Green; words - Chocolate Chip and Gumball Green); Oh! Whale (waves - Pacific Point and Coastal Cabana)
Punch - Square (Paradise Found DSP #10 and Textured Cardstock - Rose Red); Circle (Paradise Found DSP #6)
Font - Banner (Coastal Cabana)


  1. Wow Diane, I love the vibrant colors you selected! This just turned out gorgeous. All the tropical elements are just perfect. Those palm trees are one of my favorite stamp brushes. I also really like the way you added the plain colors to make the photos stand out. Awesome!!!

  2. I love your page! I think I need to invest in some of these downloads!!! :-)

  3. Very colorful! Perfect for Hawaii pictures. Thanks again for joining MDS Monday this week.

  4. great page! I just got my Hawaii book back from the printers, I used this kit. so fun and colorful. I like how you did the waves! Thanks for joining us at MDS Monday!

  5. Oh this is fun - you've chosen exactly the right papers for your pictures. Love the waves too! Thanks for playing along with us at MDS Monday.


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