Here's the question: Do I scrapbook them or not?
I don't want to lose the stories of my teen years, so I'm not really going to "care" if my photos from that time are blurry. Some scrappers work hard try to do something creative to hide the blurriness. Nope, I putting mine out there for my family and friends see. LOL
This is a layout of when I was 17 years old living in Florida and we had a big snow storm. I discovered I looked cute in snow clothes. Until I did this layout I really thought the top photo was of my mom and brother. I should have figured the time period and age of my brother, but he and Dad look so much alike in this photo.
Most of the products I used are not really in the "older" part of my stash. The paper collection is from Fancy Pants Winterland. The flower and bling are from Prima. I made epoxy embellishments with Epiphany Crafts Round 25 tool and caps. The lettering is a bit older from Making Memories. The metal snowflake is Tim Holtz Idea-ology.
Don't cut paper when you are exhausted and it's three in the morning. Wow. what a mess I made of this several times.
Are you working on your challenge for the Fiskars Jenni Bowlin Scalloped Banner Squeeze Punch giveaway? You have until the end of February to meet the challenge and be included in the random.org drawing on the first of March.
Have A Crafty Day!
Gratitude List1. LH feeling much better
2. kisses and hugs from my LH
3. God's provision in my life of people
4. adapting to the changes God has put in this path
5. safety and health of Little Peanut