Margaret


I scrapbooked this 12 “x 12”  layout in May 2014. It was photographed by me with a Nikon D70 camera. Some of the supplies I used were: Moments metal stickers (Nameplate) , A hatpin (these are available at bead-stores) Velvet ribbon, ribbons, card-stock, purple mulberry paper by Paper Reflections, Gold photo corners, Hinges from Fernie Florists and Hobby crafts, Fernie, British Columbia, Canada, Anchor with brad, Gold thread, small gold-colored brads, 3 D pop dots, etc.
My inspiration was “A letter to Lilian” by Johanna Dehler, Brooklyn, N.Y. featured in Creating Keepsakes, November 2005.
This is my second attempt at Bohemian scrap-booking Style (a.k.a. Boho Chic). The first was Medieval.
Note: I recently got a roll of pink velvet ribbon from a thrift-store, I colored some of it with Rit purple
die and after it was dry I removed the creases with a curling iron.

The card opens to reveal more photos, captions and journaling.  The second photo is of Margaret and her sister Anna which I also used in ” A walk in time”. Nikon D70 ©

Photo from layout. My husband’s aunt, Circa 1950. The new movie snaps”, 9 Moseley buildings, Rissik street, Johannesburg, South Africa. After restoration, I colorized it in Adobe Photoshop. How To Colorize Black and White Vintage Photographs in Photoshop

Medieval

6 comments

    • They were a lucky find at a thrift-store, they were a bit finicky to attach, but I think it was worth it. I have a latch as well, but I’ll use that on another layout.
      She does look like one, doesn’t she?

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