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Sisters

I think this photo was taken around the later 1940's or early 1950's, in TX. . My sister is three years younger than me. B)/> TFL!


Supplies:
ASO_FamMatt_Alpa
ASO_FamMatt_Emb_Flowers
ASO_Fammatt_Emb_swirl
ASO_FamMatt_Emb_Flower2
Font: Notepad
SG_Apr12_Paper_STI_green (SG_Creative)
SG_Apr12_Paper_DEB_floral(SG_Creative)



    What a sweet photo Jean and such a treasure to have. I love how you framed and placed it and your beautifully blended background shows it off so well. I also really like how you raised the page above the border and I enjoyed your journaling. Great title, too.
    So lovely. I enjoyed your journaling and the background blending is great. Also really like your alpha title.
    How well I remember home Toni's! LOL! This is a great page for a fun memory. I really like the colors.
    I LOVE that photo, Jean! Especially since we can see how little you were next to the truck wheels. :) Beautiful layout, too. I love the colors and your title work. Love the blending, too! Thankfully, my aunt never gave home permanents, LOL. (But you look adorable anyway.)
    Ha ha! I too was the "victim" of childhood permanents. I love your sweet photo and the colours you used to hightlight it. Great font.
    Oh my, I too have a whole childhood of frizzie haired pictures. This is a wonderful layout - I like your use of white space, the journaling and your spectacular title. Love it all.
    I agree with the comments already made. I especially like the font you chose and the journaling. Home perms have come a long way! LOL
    Great page - I'm intrigued to know the date of the photo!
    You did a wonderful job with the whole antiquey/grungy look for this page. Wonderful photo and I love the journalling. (My mother used to give me perms too!)
    Love that photo! You've scrapped it beautifully. Loved reading the journaling too.