Wednesday, October 19, 2011

More on Mother's Mini


I'm hopping around on Mother's mini and am almost half way there.  Above is the cover page using a Prima jewel I bought at Archivers.  That is just about all that brown lace from Webster's pages.  I hate to use it all up.  They have the most gorgeous trims!

The photo of my Mother was taken when she was 17.  I think it is her favorite photo.  The pages below will be near the back of the album.  The first page of Mother with me was shows photos from the 60's.  I went a little more modern with the paper on the later page for the 70's photos.  We will fill in the journaling block when I give her the album.  I can not place the location of the photo taken of the two of us on a green vinyl couch.  Who had a couch like that?  I just can't remember but I bet she will.  Perhaps it will touch off a memory of an event, too.



There are very few photos of my mother and me together when I was growing up - maybe a half dozen total.  It's sad really that no one took pictures.  I'm so glad today that people take so many pictures of their children.  I just hope these photos get preserved and don't stay forever in phones and cameras.  It is one of the best benefits of our scrapbooking hobby - scrapbookers take more photos.

Thanks for visiting!

Be sure to come back on Friday as I'm honored to be a Featured Friday Cardmaker on the Operation Write Home blog.  I'll have a couple of cards to share.

Ingredients:  Stamps:  Lovely Letters by stampin Up! embossed in copper
Prudence collection by Crate Paper; Paris 6x6 pad by My Mind's Eye
Trim:  Webster's Pages
Button:  Tim Holtz
Mini:  Bo Bunny

5 comments:

  1. I can see why this would be one of your mom's favourite photos, she is gorgeous.
    I only have 2 photos of my mom and I together and my daughter took it.
    I have not one photo of me as a baby and none of me younger with my mother.
    Your mother will love this album you are making her, it is so special.
    I love to hear stories of younger days. It doesn't even matter if I know anyone in them. Just the joy on the tellers face.

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  2. This is just stunning, Lisa! What an incredible gift for your mother and a fabulous idea to fill in the journaling together. Love that cover photo, she's beautiful, and the wonderful embellishments you've used to compliment it.

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  3. Lisa, this picture of your mom is great! And as always your scrapbook page is great, too. Here's something you and your readers may be interested in: today is the National Day on Writing. I'm leaving you a paragraph and web link if you want to contribute to the online archive. Hugs! Karen S.

    Tips for writers, writing resources for educators, and more information on the National Day on Writing and the National Gallery of Writing, an online gallery that showcases submissions from writers of all ages and talents, can be found on the NCTE website (http://www.ncte.org/dayonwriting).

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  4. what a tribute to your Mom-I am sure she will love it and doing the journaling together is a great idea-love the websters lace

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  5. It Could be one of the most memorable idea I'm sure your mother will love this so much!

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