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March 12, 2012

Family is Forever


Hi, Lori here from ScrappinMyStressAway.  I am honored to be the Guest Designer today!

I took a similar photo of my three sons when Tanner was 2 weeks old.  In that photo, he would not keep his hand open flat so instead we got him to grab his brother's pinkie finger (totally precious).  This Christmas, 6 years later, Tanner suggested we take another "hand" picture ~ so we did!

I wanted to preserve this photo along with a message to my boys about what I wish for them.


I started out by placing a 4x4 square on my Gypsy mat to represent the photo.

I placed this Icon shape from Creative Memories Art Philosophy at 9.31 inches on a new layer.  I cut it out of Tim Holtz double sided paper.  I trimmed it in half then cut off a 2 inch section and flipped the bottom half over.

I cut out Family is Forever from Sophisticated sized to 1.43 inches.  I used black cardstock.
I used Tim Holtz paper to mat my photo and create a journaling tag.  I destressed the edges of hte paper and inked around the photo mat and journaling card.

I used 3 Girl Jam crinkle ribbon across the center of the layout.  I added some metal rings, arrow and brads to the page.

This is a layout that I will frame and display for a while before I add it to my album.  Thanks Pam for having me over today!!


9 comments :

Kimberli said...

Such a gorgeous LO, I love the background papers - the brown hues work perfectly with the photo!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Lori this layout is PRECIOUS, love the photo, the theme, and everything about this page! TFS

Dakota Bear said...

Love everything about the layout. You have given me a great idea on how to use the TH paper.

marcia said...

Beautiful! I love the hands, I can understand why you would frame it! Thanks for sharing.

Pam said...

This is such a precious moment. Love the layout and the journaling!. TFS

mforquer said...

Gorgeous Lori! I love it!
Hugs,
m

Carole P said...

Great layout, Lori! It's inspiring.

Michelle said...

Beautiful layout Lori.

JenL said...

I love your project Lori! The picture pops off the page. Beautiful.

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