Our Ancestors


Our ancestors pageOne page
12″ x 12″
Created November 2011
Nikon D70 ©

Our ancestors page 1.

Front page of our Ancestors album.
Nikon D70 ©

Close-up.
105mm
Nikon D70 ©


Detail
105mm
Nikon D70 ©


Detail of Butterflies with Bindis.
105mm
Nikon D70 ©

Supplies, tools, sources, techniques, templates, tools, techniques, etc.: Please click for more “Forever in time” Elegant paper, Stampin’ Up! Rust Card-stock, Stampin’ Up! Really Rust Marker, Stampin’ Up! Realy Rust Classic stampin’ pad, Small Hole-punch (used to punch notches in ticket style title), Eyeshadow applicators, Bindis, Brads, Pop Dots, Small scissors, Craft Knife, Cream card-stock, Paper Butterfly shapes, rubber-stamps and Partition joyeux anniversaire Music score from Mesanniv.com.

Ticket corner tutorial

Paper flower tutorial from Such a pretty mess.
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Secret Garden by Stacy Cohen
Stacy Cohen‘s Blog

Family Photos

14 comments

  1. Wow, Linda Tok, you did it again, your ancestor scrap booking page is so stunning – and inspiring. *Smile* We have rose printed paper… and my mom just gave me my gran’s wedding photo’s from the early, early 1900s …they are amazing, so I really like what you’ve done and will be inspired. *Grin* I have discovered a less expensive alternative to scrap booking sheets, which are very expensive as they are all imported to South Africa… and that’s wrapping paper. LOL Thank-you so much for sharing, I’m sure is takes time to take the photos and publish… you are a treasure of inspiration. Thanks so much, *Mwah* Mands

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    • I’m so glad 😉

      I used acid free printer paper, on which I printed the music, then glued taht onto the butterflies shapes and added some bling! I got the Bindis a few months ago at the thrift-store, aren’t they great ?

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  2. They do look great, although I’m not sure the ancestors like being there, judging from their expressions!

    That distressing video is amazing. It didn’t distress me at all.

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