It’s been a busy couple of weeks, but in between all the end of year events and a 4 hour long senior awards ceremony, I’ve tried to take advantage of every spare minute. Here are my latest finished pages.
The band season is just not complete without a record of the hard work and craziness that goes on at band camp.
In these two layouts, I experimented with cutting out the subjects of some of the photos in order to showcase them. I really like this effect.
I was at practice one day with a new camera so of course I had to try it out. I’m glad I did. It’s hard to tell here, but I caught so many good expressions of my favorite trombone player hard at work and enjoying himself.
This one turned out to be my favorite of this bunch. I love how the colors work and bling is always fun too.
I’m trying to step out of my comfort zone of always matting photos individually.
This was another fun page. Each year in marching band, members receive washers painted in their school colors to commemorate each year they have been a marcher. I recreated the washers for the letter O in the title.
Yet another day of fun with my new camera. I was thrilled with how the enlarged photo came out show I showcased it with a gold glittery mat. I also included a bass clef — something that is a point of contention for my low brass son. He is always complaining about how everything is always treble clefs.
I tried to capture the fun of the marching band banquet with these crazy coordinating papers. I also had a lot of photos to include so the planned two page layout quickly turned into four.
Oops! There’s that pesky treble clef. Given my son’s expression, I didn’t feel bad using it on this page.