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Sunday, June 04, 2017

Aahhh, Tuscany

We started our trip with two nights in Tuscany. A small group of us, organized by Go Next tours. Our tour organizer, Michael, was brilliant and most patient. He had asked a friend of his to be the tour guide. This guy does this for a hobby abd was brilliant. He knew endless facts and stories about the places we visited and arranged a lovely wine dinner at a little Relais with the most delicious roast chicken. Not to mention the wine.

I made this scrapbook page with a few basic shots of one of the villages. When walking the narrow streets of Europe, always look up. That is where the beauty lies, at least for me





Friday, May 26, 2017

Beginning with the end

I never do things in the proper order. Actually, I am trying to figure out how post on my blog and upload photos from my iPad. This is the final photo from the final bus ride back to our ship. According to iphone, this was taken in Bunyola, Spain. The editing was minimal, using the tools from the photo album app.
                                                                  Good-bye, Spain!

Old blog recovered

I found my old blog. The url is nancooks because it started as a cooking blog. Then became nanknits as my knitting hobby bloomed. When that ended and I began digital scrapbooking, I changed it to NanKnits but the Url stayed same. Yesterday I started a new blog, which I posted on FB. Now that blog seems to default over here.  Whatever. So I will move forward with this one. I guess. So just gollow whatever link I post on FB when I do a blog entry.

For now, here is a link to my post on my other blog.
Editing Begins

Saturday, October 24, 2015

Making a Newsletter

I have been completely engrossed in designing a club newsletter and my personal digiscrapping has just about stopped.  I am all about the challenge!  I am designing a newsletter using PSE, even though my son has said it cannot be done.  I am too stubborn to get Publisher and learn it.  Plus, we like the arty edge to the newsletter I am producing.  I went back to PSE8 so I can make a multi page file.  Sometimes it pays to never throw things away.

Here is a sample blank front for the October newsletter.  We use the blanks for luncheon invitation.  I design a new one each month.
november