Saturday Scraplift: All in a Row-At an Angle

Hi!  Shannon (shannonroller) here and welcome to the first scraplift for October!  And what better way to start off the month than lifting this fabulous fall harvest page by Beth (bred1269).

Digital Scrapbooking

Preserving the Harvest

This layout really popped in the gallery.  I love everything about it.  The colors, the design with all the great angles and what impressive photos of her harvest and canning!  I am so NOT a gardener or canner but am certainly impressed with those who are.  It looks like Beth is certainly filling up her pantry with the products of her own labor.

As usual, the analyst team has stepped up to provide some additional inspiration with their takes on lifting this fabulous layout.

First up, Addie (agoymerac) with a layout of her succulents.  She picked her inspiration as the angled lineup of photos.  Her photos are terrific and the choices she made for layering behind the photos are perfect!

Digital Scrapbooking

My Happy Place.  Products used: Artoptions Alena Transfers 04  Photo Grids 12×12 Layered Templates 12Textured Whites 01, and Plant Smiles.

Linda (earlofoxford) documented her love for Seminole football and the emotional rollercoaster of the game with LSU.  The Seminole color scheme is perfect for fall and she took her inspiration from the lined up photos and angled the notebook and journaling.  The torn edges also were great to tuck the angled photos in.

Digital Scrapbooking

Geaux Noles.  Products used: Deer Lodge Solid PapersCanvas Cardstocks 06Botanist Notebook 25 Paper PackBound Paper Pack 19Splatters Brushes 07Splatters Brushes 08Golden Season Element PackClassic Curled Photo Frames 02Torn Templates 02Stuffed Edge Photo Frames 02Fall Garden Remix Element MixMetal Clip Dates Value Pack 01, and Drop Shadow Styles 02.

I chose to scrap these photos of a flight I took last month with my favorite pilots-my son and husband.  We took a route to get the best view of Mt. St. Helens’ crater and Spirit Lake.  Then we headed over Puget Sound to have lunch near the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.  Trips like this have been coined “getting a $100 hamburger” although the price of fuel has really increased the price of those burgers these days.  I loved Beth’s inspiration to angle my photos like she did.

Digital Scrapbooking

Soaring. Products used: Traveler Blendable Layers 07Traveler Blendable Layers 12Vintage Artistry Anywhere Sentiment TransfersVintage Artistry Anywhere EphemeraBlendable Layers 104Palette Textures 04Away From It AllHinged Photo Frames 06 and Photo Grids 12×12 Layered Templates 01.

I hope that you are as inspired by Beth’s layout as we were.  Be sure to post your layouts for the lift in the Saturday Scraplift Gallery and the October Challenge Participation Thread to get credit toward a discount coupon to use in the Katie Pertiet Design Shop.  Happy Scrapping!