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About jhbren

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  • Birthday 07/20/1943

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  1. Finished this a few days ago, then got sidetracked & forgot to post! I'd been sitting on the photo for awhile, trying to figure out how to scrap it, and decided to try to follow the week's slow scrap directions. 1 photo - DH captured these egrets on one of his birding expeditions; altered by clipping to mask from BMU_Seize the Day; 3 papers - sort of; BMU_Verde ppt-sage; SNU_SSPpr-Art Treasures-Gesso (does have texture, but no pattern; a PSE shape filled with a color sampled from the photo 9 embellishments - JRA_SSEmb_Stampie - 6 feathers; 3 leaves - I know they're SG products, but I can't find the designer WA - quote - Lucida Calligraphy font; Title - DCA_SSAlpha - 3D Curvy (they do overlap a bit - I had the title before I found the quote) Thanks for the prompts!
  2. I know I've read, and enjoyed, some of the Auntie Dimity books, although not recently. I can agree with the comments above; need to look for them on my next trip to the library.
  3. When I saw the heritage challenge I thought I'd skip it - I've finished two heritage albums, and used all the relevant photos. But then I remembered the photo my cousin sent of the group assembled for a reunion, and decided to use it for a page about sharing our heritage. I placed the reunion photo and two pictures of ancestors from the appropriate family group over a page I'd already made, and added some text, and used PSE strokes to outline the photos. I think my sisters and cousin might like this - thanks for the challenge!
  4. This page is outstanding - for the photos and the journaling, as the comments above have described. Wonderful memory page!
  5. Oh yes - I agree with Ginny. The photos are lovely, and your arrangements and embellishments ground them beautifully. But we always want information!!!
  6. Oh my - the pipes are almost bigger than Ainsley! Love the layered photos and papers you used - great page!
  7. Whee! Here are my first two - and maybe last - entries for the World Tour; both are beach pages. It took me a while to figure out how to enter them. Supplies: paper from FLO_Fresh Air collection, blended into a color fill layer, which is also the edge. The frames are extracted & modified from the sign on the beach. Fonts are Arial regular & Chalk Time outline. More Africa pages done!
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  10. Lovely photo, Helen - I like to include signs, too. Your background and embellishments are perfect choices to present the picture.
  11. Wonderful photos - those proud dads really do look like brothers. I really like the canyon effect you created with colorful strips, and the angled photo shapes you used - great page to celebrate the new twigs.
  12. DH took these pictures over four days in May, from the deck overlooking our back yard. The fawn provides his - or her - own polka dots. Supplies: GWH_Always Forever Ppr-green; 2 copies layered, pin light blend over multiply blend, both over Stripe 2 paper from Always Forever. Frames & shadows are PSE strokes & styles. Fonts are Bradley Hand.
  13. WOW! We got back from a trip to Ohio for a family reunion, and I tumbled into the middle of the World Tour pages. I've copied all the tasks through June 10th - today - to a word file so I can make sense out them without having to go back through all those posts. The layouts I've seen posted so far are fantastic! Carry on, ladies! I may try a few layouts - or not; I'm still trying to finish Africa. Maybe one of those photos will fit . . .
  14. Ooohh - I want to be there! Your page presents the golden hour wonderfully well.
  15. You have wonderful photos to remember Ruth's early life. I really like your background, and the varying frames you used to present the pictures. The red cluster sets them off perfectly.