Monday, June 7, 2010

My Little Modern Day Laura Ingalls

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls wakes up looking for adventure.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls doesn't know how to walk. Running is her favorite mode of movement.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls loves natural things without knowing that it is a very popular idea right now.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls loves to eat strawberries, blueberries, apples, and cheese.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls loves being outside regardless of how messy or sweaty she gets.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls loves helping me in he garden but doesn't like it when her hands get dirty.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls is kind and loving.  She doesn't understand the meaning of prejudice so she shows none.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls has a lot of spunk.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls is learning on a daily basis how to refine her personality in order to please God with her attitude, obedience, and responses.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls looks adorable in oversized overalls.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls is just edible in her little braids.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls shows us on a daily basis new things that she is learning and knows.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls can say her extremely long given name- although only those who know her understand it.

My little Modern Day Laura Ingalls was a gift from God to Brian and me. She is a gift that we do not take for granted.
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I took this picture off center with a lot of "blank" space.  On Ali Edward's blog Friday, she explains that by using blank space in your photos, you can easily journal directly onto the photo by hand or in photoshop.  I decided to give it a try.  In my Photoshop Elements program, I made my canvass to be 11 inches wide by 8.5 inches tall (standard scrapbook size going in a landscape orientaion rather than portrait).  I added the journaling and a brush embellishment (Digital Scrapbook Memories Seasons & Holidays designed by Danielle Catalano-Titus). When it comes in, I can just slip it right into my scrapbook and move on.

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