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Nana and Grandfather

October 8, 2022

Today’s page showcases some photos of my grandparents swimming in the pool in our backyard way back in the early 1970’s. I cut down a piece of Basic White 12″ x 12″ card and attached it to a Gray Granite 12″ x 12″ page. I attached a piece of Design a Daydream 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper to the left hand side of the Basic White panel. I inked the image from the Paradise Palms stamp set using an Early Espresso and a Mint Macaron Stampin’ Write Maker before stamping onto the upper right hand corner of the Basic White panel. I stamped the two large palm leaf images from the Paradise Palms stamp set onto Petal Pink card using Versamark ink. I also sponged Versamark ink around the edges of the panel before attaching it across the page.

I attached a narrow strip of Early Espresso card across the bottom of the Petal Pink panel. I rounded the corners of my photos using the now retired Detailed Trio Punch. The photos are attached to Early Espresso card which also has the corners punched using the Detailed Trio Punch and attached them across the page. I printed the journaling onto Basic White use my computer and cut it into strips. I sponged Petal Pink ink around the edges of one strip of journaling and Early Espresso ink around the other strip. I attached the journaling across the bottom of the photos. The title is also printed onto Basic White card using my computer and then cut out using my Paper Snips. I punched Mint Macaron card using the plain heart from the Heart Punch Pack. I stamped the greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set onto the heart using Early Espresso ink. I attached the stamped heart to a scalloped heart punched using the Heart Punch Pack before attached it to the lower left hand corner of the page. This is kind of a special page for me because I do not remember my Nana swimming ever!

Bye for now,


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