Pieteriza


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I scrap-booked two pages of 12” x 12″ in January 2015 using photos of my paternal grandmother Pieteriza Cilliers Van Ellewee. (7.10.01- 7.7.1992). Please click on photos for larger images. Nikon D70 ©

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This is a close up of the fibers and chipboard letters. Nikon D70 ©

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Close up of cut out flowers, fibers and folder. The folder opens and contains information about my grandmother. I used a Flourish chipboard shape by Maya Road for the dry embossing on the folder. Nikon D70 ©

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Some of the tools and supplies I used were: Patterned paper from “Memory Stor”®  “Rosewood” floral pad from Colorbök. Postcard from “The Old fashioned Happy Anniversary postcard book” by Sterling Mainstreet,  Shiny gold Chipboard letters by “Forever in time”, fibers, Gold colored ribbon, brad, 3 D pop dots, burnishing tool, ink-pads, gold-colored pen, photo corners, etc.

 

I used the Small File Folder Template #1 from Chia’s Rubber Stamp art.
My inspiration was “Florence Roper” by Trudy Sigurdson from Creating Keepsakes magazine. Trudy Sigurdson is the author of “Tantalizing Textures”.

My Ouma.

6 comments

  1. Sjoe, hang jy dit in jou huis? Ek dink dit is fantasies mooi. Jou grandma sou proud op jou gewees het.
    Bly om te lees hul het in Kaapstad gewoon?
    Ek hoop julle kan ook eendag terugkom? Maar ja, as mens wortels geskied het, dan is dit verby …

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    • Ek het ‘n ruk gelede een bladsy op canvas gemaak, maar die res is in albums.
      Ek hoop so, ek dink nogal dit is haar smaak gewees.
      Hulle het in Clanwilliam se wêreld gebly, maar het natuurlik Kaapstad baie besoek, ek het twee fotos wat op die Parade geneem is, wat ek ook nog wil doen.
      Ons mis SA en die Kaap veral baie, maar nou wel… ons bly nou hier.

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