Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Give me a Kiss on which to Build a Dream

I did this for the Feb butterfly challenge we have at Swirlydoos.  I love this picture of my parents, there's a romantic story behind it.  The two pictures are the same but the one at the bottom that looks all tattered is a scan of the actual photo that my Dad kept in his wallet thoughout his time overseas during WWII.  They were married before Dad went overseas, I think this is so sweet!



Supplies:

TPC Studio – Grandma’s Attic –

• Vintage Stripe back pp
• Grandma's Attic Trinkets , half sheet & large brown scallops
• Mirror with title on it
Photo mats – MM Paper Reverie Brun Antique Dictionary
Die cut – Creative Imaginations Remember Ledger – used backside
Petaloo layered flowers, Prima jrweled flower in the center
MM Paper Reverie Brun Antique small resin flower & clear facet teardrops
Martha Stewart punches
Reflections mint green flower center brads
K & Co large butterfly – Tim Coffey Blossomwood
Unknown – beads,
MLYB – bag of feathers

5 comments:

  1. I am crazy for heritage layouts and this is just fabulous.

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  2. I love this layout....that punched frame is just stunning..gorgeous!

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  3. Beautiful layout and I love the story. How very precious you still have the photo.

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  4. What a beautiful romantic Layout :-) I have a Scrapbooking pack giveaway on my blog if your interested :-)

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