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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Along the Shore from Digi Cyber Scraps

A couple of years ago, we took the crew to Assateague Island, a magical place off the the eastern shore of Maryland and Virginia. 

I’ve been dreaming about Assateague lately (maybe it’s time for a return trip) and was inspired to put those sea-kissed memories into my latest project for the Digi Cyber Scraps Creative Team

These layouts were created using Along the Shore and, as a CT member, I received the kit for free.

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The backgrounds in both of these layouts are my own original photos.  All embellishments and extra papers are from the kits…how do you like my Assateague word art in the sand? 

It was easy to create in My Memories Suite!  Just use a negative bevel and play with the x and y magnitudes for the word shape.  The font is “Chalkdust,” which is a TrueType font and can be downloaded for free from Fonts101.

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Now I need to work up the stamina to make another trip so I can add some brand new photos to this collection.

Would you like to try My Memories?  It’s super easy to get great results without spending a small fortune on a physical scrapbook stash (or trying to figure out how to store it).  Get a free trial (look in the right side bar of the My Memories Suite page) and if you should decide to buy, get $10 off with my affiliate code:  STMMMS52587

Disclosure:  I am a member of the Digi Cyber Scraps Creative Team and received this kit for free in exchange for creating layouts and sharing them.  I receive no other compensation as a CT member.  I am a My Memories affiliate and receive compensation when purchases of the software are made using my affiliate code.

2 comments:

  1. Great pages Susan. I love your "writing" in the sand. It really looks like you did it in the sand IRL and not that it was a font you used on My Memories. Great photos, great digital scrapbook pages.

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  2. Thank you, Debbie! I used a negative bevel under the word art options and used the color picker to choose a shade of sand for the font. Then it was just a matter of playing around with the shape of the word art until it looked "right."

    Susan

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