My 2nd Great uncle’s family.


I scrap-booked one 12″ x 12″ page using a photo of my second great-uncle and he’s family, taken Circa 1900. Information about the photo is on the tag. My inspiration was “There is no Greater love” by  Dnurse at

1-dsc_0409Close up of scrolls, I glued sand onto the chipboard shapes and then painted them.


Possible supplies gathered in a 13″x 13″ Iris® Scrapbook Case.


Autumn Leaves – Clear Stamps by Rhonna Farrer – Swirls.

Some of the other supplies and tools I used were: 
Maya road Fresh Chipboard scrolls 2, Museum frames by DC1 Products, Patterned paper Celebrations by MemoryStor 4, Classic Flourish Filigree rubber cling stamps from Inkadinkado, a craft knife, sand, a manila Inventory tag, watch hand sticker from nostalgiques time stickers by Rebecca Sower,  South African postage stamp, 3 D dots, a paper doily, card-stock, Acrylic paint, photo corners, alpha stamps, Tsukineko walnut ink, Merlot Memories mist, etc.


Pocket watch Clip-art by 

My Sources were
Postcard printable and free printable clock faces from The Wood Shop,

Techniques: Fussy cutting and Faux Rust Painting-Quick, Easy and Cheap! by DaveLoweDesign (I added sand)

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