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Very cool that you have that, Lynn. I like how you've included the heart accents with the masculine paper.

That is very special to have the relationship documented in such a personal way! Love that Hang10 - fabulous on a boy page!

Fantastic page, Great design and the paper is perfect with that photo.

Awesome page Lynn and a pretty handsome brother you have too! What an amazing note that sounds like and how cool of your brother to write that note to your grandpop. I always loved this BG line for masculine pages too and the hearts are a great addition.

This is wonderful Lynn and I think your pp choices and design for it are great. I like the added hearts and the look of the whiole layout.

Wow....this is just fabulous, Lynn! It is so cool that you found that photo with the writing/apology. Awesome work.

Project - Flashback Friday 9.10 (fortnight)
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Project - Flashback Friday 9.10 (fortnight)
by Maddawg
posted 09/10/10 at 07:45 AM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

The challenge this week was my challenge as a matter of fact. (find a photo with writing on the back and scrap it). As I was browsing through my wayback box, I found a Sr. picture of my brother with writing on the back. Do kidlets do that now??? Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised at what he wrote on the back to grandpop. You see, they had a rather turbulent relationship. Surprisingly what he wrote on the back of his photo acknowledges this and apologizes. At a time, when its really all about US, he recognized there was an issue and extended an olive branch. I copied the back of the picture that was in my brother's writing, and hiding it behind his initials, which can be pulled out. I used his heading as a title.


So, not only in digging in the wayback box - I dug in my STASH. How old can this basic grey be? Doesn't matter. It was masculine then and still rocks today. Its also a lift of a sort, AGAIN from Scrapbook Etc pg 74, designer Robin Werlich. Bazzill, along QK and punched hearts and some Karen Foster doo=dads. I think, and Kaiser bling.

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