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Georges River

March 19, 2022

My grand father and his brother bought two adjoining properties on the Georges River at East Hills to build their homes. This photo shows my grandmother with her mother-in-law and grandmother-in-law at the bottom of the yard. I cut two pieces each of Mint Macaron, So Saffron & Petal Pink card 3-1/2″ square. I embossed the Mint Macaron squares using the Timeworn Type 3D Embossing Folder, the So Saffron squares using the Tasteful Textile 3D Embossing Folder and the Petal Pink squares using the Bark 3D Embossing Folder.

I used this layout I found on Pinterest as a guide to attach the embossed squares to a Basic White 12″ x 12″ page. I did turn the layout 90 degrees so that it would work with my landscape photo. I stamped the sand image from the Oceanfront stamp set onto the lower right hand corner using Sahara Sand ink.

I used the same image which I flipped 180 degrees and stamped it again using Mint Macaron ink. I added the double rock image from the Oceanfront stamp set twice using Sahara Sand ink. I also added one large grass image and one smaller grass image from the same stamp set using Early Espresso ink. I attached my photo to Early Espresso card which I folded in half so that my journaling could go on the inside and attached it to the centre of the embossed panels. I added the title to the top left hand corner by cutting Early Espresso card using the Playful Alphabet Dies.

This is not the best photo but I love that it shows off some of my Dad’s close relatives.

Bye for now,

Kris

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