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HNC-12/7: "Auntie Ann"

HNC-12/7: "Auntie Ann"

I've so enjoyed Barbara C's album pages these past months, that it inspired me to scan a few old photos and try my first Heritage layout.
I combined a few challenges for this page - the journaling chat - to scrap a photo you know nothing about, Wednesday's High Noon crop to create a page using white space -- something else that's hard for me to do! And, I used a collection for the first time for Use Your Stash challenge.. Whew... :)

(PS - Now, a few weeks later my Godmother is here and I showed her this photo - she tells me that Auntie Ann was Maid of Honor for her friend Minnie. So, the mystery is solved!)

For this layout I used:
KVE Intaglio

    Wow Marilyn, this is awesome. I love the frame and swirls. The colors are brilliant. Really lovely layout.This one has got the WOW factor.
    Marilyn, I think you've captured the heritage style perfectly and that is one fab photo! Just amazing! I'm scrap lifting this one...if its ok?
    What a gorgeous layout this is. That background paper goes so well with your vintage photo of your Auntie Ann. What a gorgeous frame you chose to surround this beautiful photo with and the swirly ribbon and cluster tops it off.
    Beautiful page! I love heritage pages. She has quite the bouquet there. :) Fantastic job with the challenges.
    Such a classy page for a very classy lady. Love this!
    An elegant page for an elegant photo. That is an impressive bouquet! I love the swirling ribbons you used to complement the swirly paper. And the photo corners and embroidered flower fit the time of the photo very well. You've made a great start on heritage pages - well done!
    absolutely gorgeous and the photo is amazing!
    Beautiful layout Marilyn! Wonderful photo and you showcased it perfectly with the collection you used. I love the background paper, and the elegant embellishments. Great journaling too!
    way to get lots of challenges done in one swoop....nicely done
    This is fantastic! I love everything about it. The purple and gold is so regal looking, especially with the beautiful flourishes. What a cool idea to journal about a photo you don't know anything about. Well done!