Friday, October 7, 2011

Sketch #18-11

Hi Everyone!  Welcome back!! 
Time for another Sketch here at the S: CY Blog-  it must be Friday! 
Sketch #18-11 provides space for 2 smaller square photos, and a larger horizontal photo, in addition to some side-interest which could be  scalloped or other style of edging. 
Let's have a peek at the latest S: CY Sketch! 


Sketch #18-11 created by
S:CY Team Leader

Ali MacDonald


What did the Sketches: Creatively Yours Design Team come up with this week? I can't wait to show you! Here we go! 


'A Little Lovin' is all you Need" layout created by
 S:CY Design Team Member 

Jennifer Cassista

"Bye Bye Baby" layout created by
 S:CY Design Team Member

Heather Bridges Topich


"Hyder" layout created by
 S: CY Design Team Member

Maggi Harding
Maggi's journaling reads:  

Hyder, Alaska sits at the head of the Portland Canal and although it is in Alaska, it identifies more with Canada as Stewart, BC (pop. 700) is just across the border.  Hyder has no connection to the USA, you can only get to Hyder by driving through Canada, by air or sea. It is notable for being the only place in Alaska not to use the statewide 907 area code, instead using the area code of 250 allocated for British Columbia. Tourists will also find that Hyder uses Pacific Time Zone, the common currency is Canadian (with the exception of the US Post Office, which only accepts American currency), they observe Canadian holidays, send their children to Canadian schools, and when there is trouble, the famed Canadian Mounties step in.  (From Wikipedia)

We traveled to Hyder for one reason and that was for bear viewing at the US Forest Service Fish Creek Wildlife Viewing Area.  We watched a brown bear and her spring cub fish for salmon in the creek.  She didn’t seem to be at all disturbed by the people on the viewing platform but she did keep a watchful eye out for other bears, particularly males, as they will kill cubs so that the females will mate with them.
There’s not much in Hyder, the streets are gravel, many of the buildings are rather derelict in appearance and many are closed.  


"All because two people fell in Love" layout created by
 S:CY Senior Designer 
Ann Seleshanko

That's all for this week folks... so glad you popped over!  Thanks to Heather, Maggi, Jennifer and Ann for their interpretations of my Sketch this week. LOVE what you have created with #18-11! Maggi, loved reading your journaling. Hyder reminds me of a little place close to our area here in the Annapolis Valley.

 
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See you in a few days! 

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4 comments:

  1. Great inspiration ladies! Love the projects!

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  2. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [07 Oct 09:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  3. Wow! Incredible creations ladies! I love all the detail each of you put into your page.

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