Do over.

Photos Restored by Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures.
(Facebook group)

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I recently discovered the Facebook group Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures. So I have been re-scanning and photographing many of my old photos and negatives. I have uploaded many to the group and I am impressed with the results. It is amazing how many more details I noticed through the colorizations.

Memory Book.
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I have scrap-booked some of these photos before, but I would like to do them again using different supplies. I am also excited to do some new one’s as well.

Negative photographed on my light-box.

Random Acts of Photo Restoration. 

Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures. 

Boer War Colourised Photographs

Photo Colorizing & Restoration

So I thought my craft space could also use a do over.

I think that’s much better.

In the winter I work upstairs in our home office, so that I have more natural light, it is warmer than My Craft-room, which is in the basement and I am closer to my family. On my left is my Råskog, on the table is a 3 tiered wire rack in a tray on a Lazy Susan, which holds small supplies tools, etc. on the right a side table.

This was a Thrift-store find.

It is amazing how much you can have within easy reach in a small space with careful planning. The wooden boxes were a Thrift-store find, but they are available from Ikea.

MOPPEMini chest of drawers, birch plywood, 16 ½x7x12 5/8 ” (42x18x32 cm)

KNUFF Magazine file set of 2, plywood

BONDLIAN Box for tissues, bamboo, 26×14 cm

I store Stickles, Distress inks, glitter-glue, etc. in Vanity Organizers for lipstick and nail polish. I store them upside down, they fit better and it helps keep the nozzles clear.

My Creation Station.
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I♥ my Råskog.
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My Craft Space
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About Tokeloshe.

Welcome and thank you for visiting. I have been happily married (sic) for 40 years, have one son, a loving daughter in law and three adorable grandsons. We have been in Canada for 20 years and are originally from South-Africa. My first language is Afrikaans. (Ek kan nog Afrikaans praat, lees en skryf.) I love doing mixed media, scrap-booking, blogging and playing on the computer, I am also interested in photography, genealogy, reading, hiking, camping, arts and crafts.
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12 Responses to Do over.

  1. Dis mooi en slim. Halloo, hoop alles is wel by jou.🌻

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    • Tokeloshe. says:

      Dankie, ek weet nie hoe lank dit so gaan bly nie 😉
      Goed dankie, ek was baie besig met fotos, maar nou is dit weer scrap-tyd en tyd om op te vang met my blog-maats. 💖


  2. perdebytjie says:

    Sjoe, dis nou ‘n fantastiese werksplek! Pragtig gedoen, Linda!

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  3. colonialist says:

    It works brilliantly. I am impressed, indeed.

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  4. I long time ago I scanned all the old photos as they were fading in the corners but never tried colour.. so interesting..

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  5. Who makes the colour choices or is it according to the shades of grey.. 😉

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