May Heritage Challenge

AnnB
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I've wanted to scrap Fidelia for a while now. When my daughter & her kids lived with us a few years ago, her middle son found this photo in my family photos & was scared to death of her.

List of supplies are in the script.


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Wow, what a cool photo and history Ann... LOVE the look on her face in the photo, they were always so serious. Your layout is terrific. I love the tear and the sweet ribbon down the side of your page along with the sweet flower nodding over your photograph.

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Great layout Ann. I love how you used the ribbon and the torn paper. What a neat history you have with this. I love old photos and knowing more about the people in them. She lived a long life! Neat that you have this photo of her. :)

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What a treasure! I love that you put on the info you knew. Love the ribbon, too!

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I LOVE how you've tied in the ribbon on her hair with the ribbon embellishment! What a lady! She looks remarkably similar to my grandmother, and my grandmother scared me to death everytime I saw her!! Love the colours you've chosen for this - they blend in with the age of the photo well. And the journaling is great touch as well! Well done!

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Ann, I love this layout - you did a beautiful job with this vintage layout of your grandmother - the colors are perfect - they blend so well with the aged picture and your journaling is wonderful - what a treasure this layout is - you should frame this one and hang it on the wall.

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You have the most amazing heritage photos Ann and this one is no exception. You are doing a great job at perserving some wonderful history.

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This is such an awesome photo! Love it! I wonder if she was as stern as she looks or whether she was fun loving and kind.

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