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Sat. Ch 5/14 - Terryville Water Wheel

AggieB
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Well, I guess I just have to give up & post this from last week. It's a I'm not finished but I'm done layout.

It's this neat old water wheel that I've been meaning to stop & photograph forever (it's near my youngest sister) but never seemed to have the time. Mother's Day weekend, my next sister was gracious enough to stop for me & let me take some photos. Thanks, sis!

 

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ACA_SS_DLT_AllAround_12x12_3_Preview.jpg

DEB_OldElegance_Paper_EcruAllOverPattern.jpg

DEB_OldElegance_Paper_EcruGrid.jpg

DEB_OldElegance_Paper_EcruStarPattern.jpg

Hawksmont floral brushes

font: Britannic Bold, Copperplate Gothic Bold

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What a cleaver page! I really like how you isolated the different parts of the water wheel! Great page, Angie, and the history behind it makes it very special.

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Aggie -- this is such a cool layout! I absolutely love how you used the template for your photo and made it big using the whole background -- ingenious!

Your photo is really great and I enjoyed reading your journaling.

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I love your photos and, of course, the wheel-like circles. Both clever and lovely! I also like the sign as your title. Great journaling, too; I liked reading about the history.

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Great LO, Aggie! I love the circular motion of photos and wires to keep me looking around and back, and to highlight the great photos. Interesting journaling, as always...I love your historical info in your LOs! Great color for this topic, too. So glad your sister stopped for you. I would call this LO finished!

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I agree with Dot - this is finished - and finished well. I love the way your photos overlap and link around the perimeter; it keeps the eye wheeling around (sorry :lol: ). And your paper echo the vegetation in the lower left. Hurray for helpful sisters!

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Aggie, this is wonderful. Great journaling and I love how you placed your photos around the perimeter of the page. Great page. I'd say you were done.

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Neat layout, Aggie. I really like the way you used the circle and oval shapes contrasted with the rectangular ones. Very nice photos.

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Very striking! Your photos in the black and white kind of become the elements also! Awesome work!

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Aggie I love your description of "Its a I'm not finished but I'm done LO"!! :-) I have alot of those, I guess thats why it is nice having a gallery to send them too and people give you the encouragement you need to be finished. You have some wonderful photo perspectives here which have made for a really artistic page. Great work.

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