Generation photos, whether they are now or 100 years ago, are my favorite photos to preserve.  This photo is of Gramps, Daddy and Little's Sister.  That expression on LS's face is priceless.  Daddy's face is one of love and pride in his little girl. 

Let's Break It Down
Inspired by Gerry Van Gent
Kaisercraft On This Day paper collection
Core'dinations (butterflies)
Blue Fern Studio chipboard (fence)
Fiskars All A Flutter squeeze punch
Webster's Pages Storytellers (title)
Sizzix embossing folder (for the butterflies)
Ranger Paint Dabbers, Picket Fence
Diamond Dust, Ribbon, Tulle

On another note, my layout from Wednesday ended up being featured on Paper Issues.  Love for you to take a look and leave a comment.  Date Night In Egypt

Enjoy the weekend and I hope you...

Have a Crafty Weekend


  1. How cute, I love that even though there are men on this photo you used the flowers and butteflies which sends the message that this is all about that cute little girl.

  2. gorgeous!! love it too and that little face~so cute. Great pic and great scrapbooking!!!

  3. This is beautiful and dreamy, I love the flowers and butterflies! x

  4. What a pretty layout! I love that photo!!! :)

  5. omgosh! love that photo, gorgeous soft layout!

  6. Such a precious photo! Your layout fits it perfectly. Well done.

  7. Amother beautiful page!!


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