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I used a photo of my grandfather Jan Smit seated and an unknown gentleman. The photo was taken Circa 1930 possibly in Clanwilliam, Cape Provence, South Africa.
I created one 12″ x 12″ scrapbook page using a photo of my dad and one of he’s pen-pals. He had many pen-pals with which he exchanged letters, postage stamps, postcards, etc. You can see more of he’s postcards here. My inspiration was … Continue reading
I created one 12″ x 12″ scrapbook page using a photo of my husband as a little boy. My inspiration was “Douglas at 3” by Daphne Matthews. The clip-art is from a Afrikaans book called “SUS EN DAAN“, a Silwerboom-series … Continue reading
I created two 12″ x 12″ pages using a photo of my grandfather and I, there is more information about the photo at the bottom of the page. I have scrapbooked him before and you can see the layout here. … Continue reading
This is page one of a two page traditional scrapbook-layout which I created in May 2013. The 12″ x 12″ layout was taken by me with a Nikon D70 camera © This is page two, I staged the layout with two … Continue reading
Charles Johannes Brits (1877-2.6.1954) (71) My husband’s paternal grandfather. Scrapbooked December 2011 Three pages Grunge Style 12″ x 12″ Nikon D70 © Grunge Style in the Scrapbooking: “One could say without doubt that the alternative grunge is a scrapbooking, representing pages … Continue reading
Three pages 12″ x 12″ Scrapbooked May 2011 Pocket with journal, copy of completion of service certificate, etc . Font: Courier New Detail of Army tag. Not original. You can see the pop dots under the webbing. Detail of rubber-stamped … Continue reading