OBSERVATIONS: This week's spread makes us look like a super sporty family, and in some ways, I guess we are, but not like, over-the-top sporty. The week kicked off on Sunday and we were still up at our lake place. Each year, on Memorial Weekend, the kids and parents square off in a nice, friendly game of baseball, known as the Nisswa Classic. This year the parents prevailed. That's not always the case, but it was nice to see the old codgers snag a V. (I served as team photographer as I suffer from ball fear in ball related sports.)
Enough of my jibber jabber, let's peek at the pages:
I realize that I designed them but I'm really loving my Labled Photo Sets right now. You see them on the first page of this week's Project Life spread. It feels like the past few weeks have been very photo heavy, stripped down, not a lot of added scrapbooky stuff. Fine by me.
I decided to take a few cards out to photograph. Sometimes in the plastic, I can't get a crystal clear shot (either that, or it's my less-than-steady hands.)
Had to try out that ghosted journal box effect on this photo. (Want to learn how to do it? Watch this video I posted several weeks back.)
Here's my weekly re-cap:
Oh, and I forgot to blur out the adult soccer player faces. They can be so… sensitive.
Hi Jay and Tim!
Dan has been playing with the West Como United players since back in 2006 or so. It's basically a neighborhood pick up game that's been chugging along for years. Some of his best injuries have come from this home-made league. They often will hold emergency board meetings at a place called "Ted's Liquors." Dan swears to me he has to take the minutes.
I took this shot with my iPhone, and then added the blur/tilt shift effect in Instagram. I really do love that little app.
And that is all she wrote for Week Twenty-Two.