Family Gathering


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My Cousin’s Christening in March 1965. Two page layout 12″ x 12″ Scrapbooked October  2009 Photo and envelope contains more information and journaling. I used a diamond matte for the first letter of my titles Font: Occidental 12

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Please click on thumb-nail for more information about making the background Collage

Music from Songsofpraise.org

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Planning board Please see My Magnetic board

My grandmother (Ouma’s Recipes), parents, uncles, aunts and cousins. My uncle’s house, Stilfontein, Transvaal, South-Africa Photos: My other uncle I am wearing the white bolero top and yellow check dress, both were handmade by my mother. I was about 10 years old. I think my mom looks stunning in this photo, she is on the right in the middle row.

Detail inside Corel Paint Shop Pro Go to effects-edge effects and choose trace contour.

“Becoming a mother from the book “Scrapbooking baby’s Cherished Moments.

Felix Rosenberg From my Creating Keepsakes magazine I used the diamond mat idea for the first letter of my titles

Some of the Supplies used are: Brads: “Forever in time” Corner Sticker on Certificate; Sticker King Clear Caption stamp: “Forever in Time” Paper Flowers: “Forever in time” Mounting squares from “Make it special” Cream, light brown and dark brown Card-stock,Vellum, Lace, Glue gun glue, brown shoe polish, Matt Modge Podge by Plaid, gold photo-corners, etc. Techniques: Create your Own Wax Seal Hint: I spray opaque flexible plastic cutting board sheetsas used for cooking with cooking spray. Wash the sheets and reuse. Masking Images from about.com

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My Christening

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This is the same grandmother I scrapbooked in Ouma’s Recipes

6 comments

  1. Fascinating to look at, even if there is nobody one knows. I love the ‘outline’ picture with number identifiers. In a lot of our old pictures, we have lost track of who’s who in the zoo.

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    • That’s good to hear.

      Yes, it is such a pity ;-(
      It takes a bit of time, but once printed on acid-free paper, it can just be slipped behind the photo.

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