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School Days

April 17, 2021

The photos on this page are quite old. The top photo shows my grandmother in a school photo. I don’t know the exact year but she looks quite young so maybe 1913-1914 The bottom photo is of my Dad in a school photo. Again I don’t know the exact year but going by how young he looks, I am guessing 1945-1946. I began by stamping the writing image from the Very Versailles stamp set onto the top left hand corner and continuing diagonally across the Very Vanilla 12″ x 12″ page to the bottom right hand corner using Crumb Cake ink.

I stamped the leaf image from the same stamp set over the writing in the top left and lower right hand corners using Crumb Cake ink. I stamped the straight edge image from the Very Versailles stamp set onto the top right and bottom left hand corners using Crumb Cake ink. I used a Blending Brush to add Crumb Cake ink to all four sides of the page. I attached the photos straight onto the Very Vanilla page. I created the journaling on my computer and printed onto Very Vanilla card. I stamped the straight edge from the Very Versailles stamp set twice below the journalling using Crumb Cake ink. I used a Blending Brush to add Crumb Cake ink around the edges of the journaling panel before attaching it to Early Espresso card and then the page. I cut the title from Early Espresso card using the Playful Alphabet Dies.

I love finding these old photos and I am lucky I still have my Dad to help me with the details.

Bye for now,

Kris

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