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Cherish Family

My great grandmother with my grandmother's older brothers and sister.

While I was sorting these photos of my great grandmother's family, I noticed several which appear to have been taken together. From this, I was able to figure out a more accurate date and which sweet little baby my great grandmother, Addie is holding on her lap. 1909

 

This was accepted for publication in Scrapbooking Memories. I'll put the image back sometime next year.

 

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Gorgeous page April! I love the round mat and the embellishment clusters are beautiful!! I particularly like how you placed the lace at the top of the photos. I LOVE it all!

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Your ggrandma in 1909! My grandma was born 1903 --you must be much younger than me! Charming and priceless that you are making all these heritage LOs, you are really blessing your family! Oh, I just got to get started on what few pictures I have of relatives.

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IMF!! Simply gorgeous. What a wealth of photos you have, April. Beautiful flower and color choices which evoke the era for me. Such a thoughtfully done page, considering the number of collections from which you pulled. I love it.

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Your ggrandma in 1909! My grandma was born 1903 --you must be much younger than me! Charming and priceless that you are making all these heritage LOs, you are really blessing your family! Oh, I just got to get started on what few pictures I have of relatives.

 

Both my grandmothers were born in 1912. I really don't think we're that far apart age-wise.

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Oh, April, this is just stunning! I love the beautiful doily behind those gorgeous photos of your family - it looks so real next to that pretty background paper that you chose. The ribbon, with the pretty clusters is just the perfect touch to your fabulous vintage layout. Just beautiful!

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Very pretty heritage LO April. Love how you have those old photos. I have so few even of me as a kid, let alone my relatives. My grandmother was born 1902. So guess that makes me really old--LOL but since I had my kids late in life, I'll keep future generations guessing. LOL TFS

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This is just one of the most beautiful heritage LO's I've ever seen! How wonderfully put together this is. This should be submitted SOMEWHERE!

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This is absolutely gorgeous! Stunning design and I just love the flower clusters, colors, and texture and pattern galore.

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Oh gosh April this is beyond beautiful! Lovely photos and you gave them such a wonderful way to be highlighted.. Wonderful, just wonderful.

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Just beautiful!! Love the paper & the doily - such a vintage look. Wonderful photos, too did you touch them up? That flower cluster is wonderful!!

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Just beautiful!! Love the paper & the doily - such a vintage look. Wonderful photos, too did you touch them up? That flower cluster is wonderful!!

 

I only corrected the photos for a bit of fading. They are in pretty good shape since they've been in a file cabinet for the last 50-60 years.

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