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“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” ― Pablo Picasso
I created one 12″ x 12″ Scrapbook page using a photo of my grandmother Pieteriza Cilliers Van Ellewee. (7.10.01- 7.7.1992) and copies of some of her cards. The photo was taken Circa 1919 in South Africa.
I created three 12″x 12″ pages using photos of myself doing modern dancing. Scanned with an Epson WF 3620
I scrap-booked one 12″x 12″ page using the Pelser wedding photo, which I have used before. My inspirations was “Dream” by Susan Smit. Her Blog is Sussi Poppins.
I scrap-booked one 12″x 12″ page using a photo of my mother, whose nickname was Mirrie. My inspiration was “Minke Wedding” by Michelle Minken from Memory Makers Magazine of August 2004. I made the hatpins from bead and wire.
I Scrapbooked one 12″x 12″ page using photos of myself as a teenager. My inspiration was “A little child” by Sarah Fishburn from the book “Creative Paper Techniques for Scrapbooks (Memory Makers) and French Canvas Decor from Brassy Apple. The tags contain … Continue reading
I scrapbooked one 12″ x 12″ photo of my husband’s aunt when she was about 16 years old. My inspiration was “Sweet Memories” by Rebecca Carter from the Book “Scrapbooking Baby’s Cherished Moments” by Rebecca Carter. I used hatpins which I … Continue reading
I scrapbooked two 12″ x 12″ pages using photos of myself which my husband took. My inspiration was “Mary Morgan” Great grandmother by Joanne Green, from the book Scrapbooking Techniques and Scrapbooking projects by Bay books. Some of the supplies … Continue reading
I scrap-booked two 12″x 12″ pages using photos of my aunt as a baby, my great-aunt, Dad, grandmother and grandfather. Dad’s sister was named after her grandmother Christina Philippina Margaretha Truter (20.10.1861 -8.12.1945) I have scrap-booked my great-grandmother and you can see the … Continue reading