Four pages 12″ x12″
Scrapbooked December 2010
Photographed on
My Magnetic board
Nikon D70 with 40mm Lens, external flash unit and Flash Deffuser ©

pose 1 (pz)

v. posed, pos·ing, pos·es


1. To assume or hold a particular position or posture, as in sitting for a portrait.

2. To affect a particular mental attitude.

3. To represent oneself falsely; pretend to be other than what one is.
– The Free dictionary

Font: Monotype Corsiva size 12
Notes: I used yellow buttons as my cardigan’s buttons were yellow.
Captions and journaling in mini file folders and pocket
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Small File Folder Template from Chia
Tag Template from Scrapbook Scrapbook.com

Supplies: (Click for more)

Paper: K & Company Memory Stor, Oval stencil,
“Make it special” Autumn scrap paper, etc
Tim Holtz Vintage Photo Distress ink by Ranger, .
“Forever in time” Photo corners, acid-free glue stick, etc
Duncan Enterprises – Aleene’s Memory Glue – 2 oz
Stampcraft Coffee Dye Ink from Plaid,
“Make it special” Mounting squares,
“Forever in time” Old Frontier Alphabet,
patterned scraps, card-stock, buttons, fibers, etc
Zig Memory System Millennium Markers
Techniques (Please click for more)

Ranger Distress Ink Techniques by Tim Holtz

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Corner rounder punch or nail clippers, Hole punch, Bone folder,
date stamp, alphabet stamps, etc.

My Inspiration


“Family Forever” from the book The Ultimate Guide to photo keepsakes from Creating Keepsakes


Patchwork flower with button from Husqvarna  Fall 2010 Flyer

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