Thursday, November 29, 2007

Blog Headers of the Past

I am making this post primarily to provide a place to store my old blog headers. I can't just get rid of them, I don't print them out the way I would a scrapbook page, and I thought it would be fun to have a record of my work. My first fancy header was done in May of 2007, but I can't find it anywhere. So, here are the headers from June 2007 on. I'll update this post monthly as I change my header.

December 2008

Paper and Elements from "Jolly Holiday" by Elise Hansen at PGD

November 2008 (2)

Paper and Elements by Elise Hansen

November 2008 (1)

Paper and Elements from Fall in Love by Elise Hansen

September 2008

Paper and Elements from Spice Girl by Elise Hansen

July 2008

Paper and Elements from "Liberty and Justice" by MandaBean on Sweet Shoppe Designs

June 2008

Paper and elements from "Hush-a-bye, Dragonfly" by Robin Carlton and MandaBean

May 2008

April 2008

March 2008 (2)

From "A Spring Thing" by MandaBean on Sweet Shoppe Designs

March 2008 (1)

From "Elemental Collection-- Earth" by Andrea Burns on The Digi Chick

February 2008

From "Twitterpated", by Andrea Burns, on The Digi Chick

January 2008

From "Rad Girls", by MandaBean and Penny Springman, on Sweet Shoppe Designs

December 2007

From "Kitchmas Cheer", by Dani Mogstad, on Sweet Shoppe Designs

Weekend of November 24th-- BYU vs. Utah (BYU won, boo.)

Made by Me! (Ute logo from Utah

November 2007

From "Count Your Blessings", by Amanda Thorderson, on Digitals

October 2007

September 2007

August 2007

July 2007

June 2007


Elena said...

That is hilarious because earlier today I thought, "It would be fun to see all of Elise's headers from the year together in one post. Maybe she'll do it at the end of the year." HA! I love how you have a monthly family picture. Such a great idea!

Caitlan said...

Those are all so cool. Maybe someday you can help me make my blog look less.... standard. Oh and FYI Dave reads my blog... hopefully not the comments you bum.:P

becca said...

Those are really cute! Are they very hard to do? I have Adobe Photoshop, but I haven't figured out how to do the headers yet. Actually, I haven't really figured out how to do anything with it yet and I have had it for almost a year. Pathetic! You do some really cute stuff!

Sherrie said...

Okay, would you be willing to teach at an enrichment meeting? Your headers are GREAT!

Becca said...

My favorite of your headers is the October one, because the "pieces" look like Reese's Pieces, which are also a Halloween candy, which occurs every October . . . so the whole theme sort of gelled in a really nice way :).