Sunday, May 25, 2014

Lasting Memories- Use A Digital Image

If you are looking for the Operation Write Home Memorial weekend Blog Hop go here. (There's blog candy:))

It's another exciting week at Lasting Memories! This week we want you to use a digital image (there are ton's of freebies or get creative and draw your own! I used 3 digital images for my Silhouette and colored the fire hydrant and the neon on the fireman's hat. The date is also a digital image.

These photos were taken at James apartment. The Wabash River was flooding to the point Homeland Security was involved. When we pulled up to his apartment complex (which had been no easy task, lots of turning around and trying alternative routes)  one of the dumpsters was on fire. As the firetrucks pulled up I was standing there taking pictures of the flooding for James Purdue album and those poor firemen thought I was there to gawk at them, LOL. 

Digital Files: Silhouette of America To The Rescue, 2013 and Fireman's Hat
Cardstock: Echo Park, Bazzill
Stickles: Black Diamond
Adhesive: Scotch Foam, Glue Glider High Tac
Arrow: Studio Calico
Washi Tape: Stash 
Ink: Hero Arts Neon Yellow
Copics: Black

Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge: One for the Guys Big or Small (Our Heroes were all men:))
Time for Scrap: Anything Goes

Looking forward to seeing your layouts using digital images!


  1. What a great way to use digital elements Elizabeth! The layout is wonderful. What a mess with the flood, and then a fire, but the pictures are great. Sometimes us scrap bookers are seen as's just the way things are. :)

  2. Great layout about a terrifying event. Nice job using digis.

  3. You captured this terrible moment and it is a memory! We really need to scrap the good and the bad cuz those are life memories! Love your digital elements!

  4. I love your double LO Elizabeth, wonderful way to document such a scary event. Great job capturing the emergency responders :)


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