Heritage Scrapbooking – Sisters

Scrapbooking is a beautiful way to preserve the memory of your ancestors. This ‘sisters’ page give sthe photo, names and date of birth of these two young girls.

This pages, uses some papers which are available through Gould Genealogy.

Materials used:
– Bazzill Cardstock (Watermelon)
– Graphic 45 Tags (Playtimes Past Collection)
– Small flowers are also punched from the Graphic 45 Tags (Playtimes Past Collection)
– Vellum
– Ribbon
– Brads and Eyelets
– Versamark ink
– Crystallina Kandy Glitz
– Tools Retro Flower Punch (EK Success)
– Flower Stamp (Inque Boutique)
– Alphabet (Girls are Wierd Sizzix)

Page created by Penny Tozer, 2010.

2 thoughts on “Heritage Scrapbooking – Sisters

  1. It is a great magazine. I will definitely be subscribing.

    I hope the article on Female Factory in Parramatta will go a long way to rectifiying the total disregard NSW govt has for one of the most significant sites in Australia. It should have been included in the World Heritage Listing of Convict Sites.

    Please read further at http://www.parragirls.org.au/female-factory.php

  2. My mum gave me her scrap books. I love reading them

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