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Scrapbooking time…

I have always adored scrapbooks, both tangible and digital, but had not made one so far. So when Gail put out the Mind Wide Open challenge for June, I decided I’ll try a bit of scrap-booking this time.

This was the photo we were given to work with

And this was what occured in the end:

#022: Scrappy frame

Well, this is not really a scrapbook page, though I used scrapbook elements to decorate the frame. So I decided to make a REAL scrapbook page using similar elements:

#023: Scrapbook

I tried putting in REAL photographs as well!!

#022: Scrappy frame_2

#023: A "REAL" scrapbook

So how is my first try?

🙂

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Sources : rakanska_deviantart, lady-valentine-art, mohaafterdark

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Desktop: March

Desktop March

13/03: Water

Water, water everywhere, only if we share

-Slogan, World Water Day 2013

Hi! From this month, I plan to do desktops! I’d be putting up new desktops by the end of every month. I’d like to stress on any day of importance every month in the desktop calendar. Do give your feedback and suggestions!

This month, I’d like to choose Water as the theme for my calender, as World Water Day falls on March 22nd.

How do you like it?

The default size is 1920×1200. If you’d like any other sizes, please let me know.

  • Read more about World Water Day here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Water_Day

http://www.unwater.org/

  • Slogan was contributed by Megha Kumar, India

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Sources for pics:

http://liveearth.org/en/save/water
http://good-wallpapers.com/ipad/23665
http://favim.com
http://www.free-vector-design.com
http://www.123rf.com

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The canvas of nature!!

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Nature

#004: Nature
The magnificent canvas!

The earth does
not belong to man, man belongs to
the earth.

Our mother earth houses various forms of life, each of its own kind. We often feel and behave as if the earth is our possession, when in fact we have only borrowed it from our future generations. So let us help preserve the intricate balance of nature, and keep these marvellous sights safe for our children to see!!!

Lets create no more Dodos!!

Most of the photos are from the National Geographic website. Check it out to see amazing wallpapers!!