50’s Baby.


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Photographed with a Nikon D70 ©
The page was too bulky to scan.

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Page 2.
Scanned with an Epson scanner.

I scrap-booked two 12″ x 12″ pages in January 2016. The photos are of me as a baby and were  taken by my uncle at he’s studio in Alberton, South-Africa. The dress and bonnet were made by my other aunt, my mom’s sister. Some of the black and white photos were tinted, the dress was tinted pink, so I think it must have been pink. I always knew that my uncle had taken the photos, but I only recently found out that my aunt had made my clothes. I have scrapbooked these photos before and you can see them here. My inspiration was “Baby” by Trisha Ladouceur from the Canadian Scrapbooking magazine of Fall 2010.

1-50 's Baby 1aClose up of clip-art.
Photographed with a Nikon D70 ©

Some of the supplies and tools I used were:Patterned paper “Celebrations Memory block 4″, the clip art is from Memories to keep “Baby Girl” Kit by Frances Meyer Inc. stickers from Time 4 crafts, Dustic Basic Ding brad from Around the block, cardstock, tulle, fabric rose petals, buttons, fibres, ink, hot glue, glue gun, tag template, ink pads, chipboard letters by “Forever in time”, wooden numbers, 3 D pop dots, cotton, adhesive, acrylic paint, etc. I used the How to draw back paper edges technique by Gabrielle Pollacco, There is more information on the tags.

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Close up of flower and button.
Photographed with a Nikon D70 ©

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Photo from layout.

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