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Emma

March 28, 2020

Today’s page shares photos of my youngest daughter taken not long after she was born.  We lived in Dubbo at the time but moved to the mid north coast of New South Wales when she was just five months old.  These photos had been pulled from an old album and were sitting in a box with lots of other photos.  I am glad to be able to get them out of the box and onto a page.  It’s a simple page but as you know that’s my style.  I attached the photos to Basic Black card before attaching them to a piece of Highland Heather card.  I cut squares of the Golden Honey Specialty Designer Series Paper where are also attached to the Highland Heather card.  Don’t forget this gorgeous Specialty Designer Series Paper is available FREE with a qualifying order until the end of the month.   The whole panel is attached to a 12″ x 12″ Whisper White page.  I cut the heading from Highland Heather card using the Layering Alphabet Dies.  These dies do not cut out the letters fully but it is a relatively easy task to finish cutting them out completely.  I had been using the Happy Birthday To You stamp set to create a card and had one flower left over which had been coloured using the Highland Heather, Granny Apple Green and Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends.  I attached the flower to the lower left hand piece of the Golden Honey Specialty Designer Series Paper.  I used the 0.5 Journaling Pen to add the place and year.  It doesn’t seem so long ago that Emma was that cute little baby and now she is all grown up with a family of her own!

Bye for now,

Kris

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