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Grett


Grett

Paper, flower, tags, envelopes, frames and words overlay from Butterfly Effect by Kim Meeder
Lace and stitching - Reflections of the Heart by Jen Reed
Grunge edging - A Quiet Place Edges by Jen Reed
Masks by Rosey Posey
Fonts - Academy Engraved and American Typewriter

Margarette Grett Williams was born in 1873 and lived to be 94. She taught school for many years in a one room school house in Adams Valley Wisconsin. I remember her as being small and full of spirit, moving about with great bursts of energy. She had the sunniest disposition of the three surviving sisters and always had a smile upon her face. She loved music and I remember her and my grandmother serenading us with old Welsh songs. Grett never had children of her own so she doted upon her nieces and nephews who called her Aunt Doo Doo.



    Oh, this is a masterpiece! I love the blending, the frames, the journaling, and eyelet lace. The photos are wonderful. This one is going into my faves!
    What wonderful photos. This collection works beautiful with them. Stunning layout.
    Yes, a masterpiece indeed. Everything is wonderful. What a treasure that photo must be! You have created a real family keepsake with this layout.
    This is an extraordinarily lovely story. Aunt Doo Doo has the look of a modern woman, you can almost see her impatience to get on with it. Lovely layout.
    WOW Judy this layout is absolutely beautiful - I love the letter tucked behind the lace, your journaling AND your beautiful photos of Grett - love it!
    Gosh, this is stunning! I can't stop looking at it - beautiful photos and framing, gorgeous blending, wonderful embellishments and journaling.. Wow.. I love the soft, sentimental look to the page - great layout!
    What a wonderful LO! You did such a great job! I love it! All of it!
    This is just lovely! The softness of it complements the vintage pictures. Great job.
    I love everything about this! The soft, classic colors, the frames, and the wonderful blending of the photos. And what excellent photos they are, too!
    What a lovely page to honor your great aunt. Very classic.