In case your wondering, I've been focusing mostly on my digital layouts lately. The biggest reason is that I am once again moving, this time back to my old home. All my paper stamping products are currently packed away, and I'm not sure how accessable I'm going to make them, since space is a huge issue in my home. Also, the less clutter there is, the more attractive it will be to potential buyers--I hope! I've had a hard time dealing with moving back--long commute (45 minutes)--which I know a lot of people do, but since Tim is a pastor, it affects our whole family and it means long days for all of us on Wednesdays and Sundays. And, of course, I've collected a lot of PURTY things to use in my digi-scrappin', and I just can't resist!
This page uses a technique I learned from Jessica Sprague from her Photoshop Fridays. I turned my photo black and white (using layers and such) and allowed the left edges of my underneath paper to show through. I also copied one of the design elements from the paper and blended it into the top layer to show a little more of the design.