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Daddy's Farmall M

This is an 8.5x11 layout. :)

 

Supplies:

ABL_FarmsteadCollection_Paper_Hay - wheat background

ABL_FarmsteadCollection_Emb2_Tag - round metal tag

BMU_Mossy_EMB_PaperClip - paper clip

GHU_LilyDivine_TrioFrame_Special (retired?) - negative strip

Cottage Quilt blue tag (retired?) by Amanda McGee

Ring Cards by Shalae Tippetts (freebie - forget what this goes with)

Edge from stash

Fonts: Daddy in Bradley Hand, Farmall in Candara, Journaling in Nyala

 

Journaling: This 1944 Farmall M is the latest addition to my Dad's Farmall collection. He completely refurbished in the summer of 2011.


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I love this - what a neat page of your dad's restored tractors. Super job with the extracted photo too.

FYI, my dad restored an Allis Chalmers and rode it in parades and tractor rides here in Iowa. When he passed away, I learned to drive it and rode in a couple this past year. It's fun! :)

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Man, that tractor looks fantastic for as old as it is! The filmstrip for displaying the pictures looks very attractive --special LO. Your dad must be quite dedicated!

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What a fabulous looking hot red tractor that is. Wonderful use of the negative strip as a frame for those great photos. It looks great with the background paper of wheat.

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Now who would have thought a tractor could be made to look interesting? Love the colours of the frames. Terrific job on extracting.

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Great layout, wonderful photos and I really like how you put them in the strip that looks so "machine-like"! :)

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Wow, it looks like new! Great photos and the photo strip frame is a neat color - looks kind of metallic. Great choice of background photo, too!

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I'm such a dingbat! It's a Farmall H, not an M. Even says so right on the tractor, LOL. He has an M, and I got confused. Silly me!

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