Thursday, June 9, 2011

Older Lay outs

So I just wanted to make a new POST today just for the heck of it. I was browsing one of my older galleries looking at older lay outs that I have done, and amazed at how much my style has changed in scrap booking over the course of the years. I mean I knew that it had changed but to actually look at some of your older lay outs and compare them to current ones it's a little funny.
So here are a couple back in the day when I was obsessed with RUB ON's. LOL When I started scrapping years ago it was all about stickers and I was obessed with those too. Then rub on's became an obsession and I was using them on every page I did.

Here are just a couple. And I appologize for the bad photos too, that was also back in the day when I didn't have a good camera and was scanning all my lay outs. They look aweful!


8 comments:

  1. Isn't it amazing how much our art changes over time. Whenever I have something published that was 3 or 4 years old I think yuck..what was I thinking. Yours on the other hand is still a gorgeous page!
    hugs Lynn
    p.s, your package went postal yeasterday!

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  2. Yup, stickers were THE thing...I remember when my LSS had tons of 'em, now stickers are actually hard to find!

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  3. It is all fun though isn't it??
    I like the work, stickers and all.
    Thanks for stopping by leaving comments on the wheat grass.
    Have a great weekend.
    Michele

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  4. I did the same thing.ugh. looking back is embarassing. I could never get a handle with the rub on's. I love what you did with them.

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  5. This is really a wonderful page!!!

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  6. I love rub-on's. Carla love your lo and so my gosh, didn't that hurt!!!!

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  7. I think your pages are still lovely! But I absolutely know the sentiment LOL Maybe we should have an "old layout" contest of some sort! Hope you are having a lovely weekend! Hugs!

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Carla