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Project Life 2013 - Week 4


Project Life 2013 - Week 4

This week I chose to photograph "toys".
To explain a couple - the Black dog - not sure Guide Dogs for the Blind is worldwide or not - for fund raising they sell cute little toy dogs and each year my Dad started to buy one and Blacky was one I bought for him when he was not getting out and about so much to do his own shopping.
Salem - my photo on Thursday is the Aged Care Facility where I do one day a week volunteer work. This lady has more than these dolls in her room - at the foot of the bed are half a dozen teddy bears.

Credits:
the little frog and teddy faces are from: DEB_SSEmb_Tiny Critters; dog from MAD_Hugs and Kisses; Papers and ribbons from LLO_Girl Joy; fonts - Thats Font Folks and Talking to the Moon



    I love your photo placement and journaling with the use of 'white space'
    I am amazed at the thought that went into this layout! Bravo! Your poetry (Haiki?) is very good and the theme and photos are so good.Very pretty!
    Love the composition of your layout, Anne-Marie and I very much like your journaling!
    Anne Marie - I am so interested to see what theme you photograph each week and this one is so varied and special. I love all the different toys you photographed and loved reading about each one of them. I also really like how you arranged your photos and journaling. Wonderful layout.
    Choosing a theme is a neat idea. I love your composition and embellishments.
    This is so unique! I love the placement and all of the stories behind each photo. :)
    This is great, i really enjoyed reading about all the toys. To other people they're just toys, but they mean so much to the people who own them and love them. Thanx for sharing these little snippets! =)
    What a neat idea, A-M. I've never managed a Scrap 52 project because I never have enough photos. I never thought to pick a theme each week.
    Cute cluster of little critters and I like the vertical purple lines!
    Neat idea to choose one subject to photograph. This turned out great!