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50th Wedding Anniversary

October 12, 2019

Today’s page showcases a couple of photos from my husband’s grandparents 50th Wedding Anniversary.  One of the photos show his Grandparents with their four daughters and the second one with their daughters, grandchildren and one great grandchild.  It’s a really good record of my husband’s family for our children and grandchildren.   I wanted to keep the page really simple but thought that it needed something to embellish the page.  I decided that I would stamp the large flower from the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set onto the lower left hand corner using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I coloured the image using Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow, Soft Suede and Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.   The journaling for this page was created on my computer and printed onto Whisper White card.  I attached the journaling and the photos to Crumb Cake card before they were attached to the page.  I stamped the smaller flower from the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set onto scrap Whisper White card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I used the Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow Stampin’ Blends to colour the image before cutting it out using the co-ordinating Magnolia Memory Die.  I attached the smaller flower onto the top right hand corner of the journaling panel.

Another very simple page but one that I know my daughters will love.  I thought that using Cherry Cobbler for the flower brought a little more colour to the page.  What do you think?

Bye for now,

Kris

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