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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
I created three 12″ x 12″ scrapbook pages in November 1015. The photographs were taken by Nate Gates Photography in St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. My inspiration was “These are the times to remember” by Keri Babbitt. The font is Bradley Hand … Continue reading
I scrap-booked one 12″x 12″ page of my sister-in-law in February 2015. The oval tag opens up for more information. Nikon D70 © Some of the supplies and tools I used were: Patterned paper “Deja Views” Time & Again Wedding … Continue reading
Miriam Blackie 29.12.1934- 30.9.2006 My Mother Nikon D70 © Perspective Correction Close-up of distressed tag, charm and title with Faux Typewriter keys. The Faux Typewriter keys were made with Round clear Glue-pads, pop dots and round black and white alphabet stickers. … Continue reading
…flowers in the garden of life.” Scrapbooked: January 2009 Two pages 12″ x 12″ Detail: The captions can slide out to hide my friend’s names. I wrote where and when we met and a little about each, on slips of … Continue reading