Sunday, January 25, 2015

Four Generations Of Women

As a scrapbooker, one of my most favorite types of photos to take are ones that have multiple generations in one picture.  I think these are great to scrapbook and a great way to leave your legacy for your family.  The first one I ever took was when my daughter was around 16 months (she is now 31) and it was her, myself, my mom, and my grand mother.  My grand mother passed on in 1992, but for me it is such a great keepsake.  Now that my children are having children, it is my mission to take more of these photos and my hope is that myself and relatives will live long enough to possibly get five generations.  The layout I completed features one of these four generation photos I have taken on Mother's Day 2013.  This is my two grand daughters (at the time I only had these little ladies), my daughter in law, me, and my mother.


The paper, vellum quote, and embellishments are K&Company, the border punch is Martha Stewart, the tag is from Anna Griffin's Totally Tags, and the ribbon is American Crafts.  I used Perfect Layers to may my photos.  I hope you enjoyed my project!  Did you get any crafting done this weekend?  Please leave me a comment and let me know. 


2 comments:

Judy Garrelts said...

First of all, I love all of the pictures! How fantastic to have four generations! Your layout really enhances your photos! Great job!!!!
Thanks for sharing,
Judy

Danielle said...

You're definitely a scrapper, Kim! You have a good eye for doing layouts, and your page looks great. Love the multi-generational photo, too. Those types are always some of my favorites to look at.

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