Going hybrid with LOM and DYL…

…I have spent the morning watching May Flaum`s video in her Go Hybrid class at Big Picture Scrapbooking. Two hours later I have two layouts finished and I can see that I have worked my way through three classes. In fact I am a little impressed with myself.

 

It was the big photo of my sister-in-law skiing last weekend that inspired me. She loves to ski. Inspired by Stacy Julian`s LOM class I knew I had a photo of my nephew skiing with his mother at her parents place in 1981. Right there in the category drawer filed under Jan – winter, I found a bad quality photo of Jan from 1981. On my computer I had a photo of Jan`s daughter Elin skiing with her grandmother at the same place this February.

With Cathy Zielske`s class template I had the photos in place. With Stacy Julian`s teaching about connections in LOM I had the story in place. To finish this I used May Flaum`s teaching in her Go Hybrid class. I recolored the digital paper and so on…

To truly make it hybrid I made some changes, printed and attached it all to paper.

I admit that the first one look better on the screen but in real life the second one look just as good. And one more thing – you can`t go wrong with Cathy`s templates. I love how they look in the albums.

My absolute favourite template from CZ is this one…

More skiing and the same procedure. Here is the printed version…

Two more pages in the albums and it is time to hit the shower and get ready to work the Saturday evening shift. Happy weekend!

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2 Responses to Going hybrid with LOM and DYL…

  1. Marcia says:

    I am duly impressed! I am actually in the same 3 classes as you (MJB) and I cannot seem to get caught up. Partly I was gone 10 days. This is also my 2nd time around in LOM. Nice work on the pages!

  2. helena says:

    great pages and interesting to hear about your process. The second page has inspired me to go back to that Cathy Z template – I didn’t like it during class but seeing what you did with it I will give it another try

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