So inspiring. I'm jotting this down for a future theme. Thanks for sharing this gorgeous page! Your daughter is lovely.
How did I miss this when you first posted it? This is just awesome- in the literal, not slang sense of the word. I love how you used the large photo, and blended it outward from the eyes. The journaling brings tears to my eyes. My youngest is 17, and I'm getting so sad over having an empty nest. It really does go so fast!
This is absolutely beautiful- the blending, the colors, the title work, everything is perfect- and the journaling is wonderful
The journaling is so perfect on this.
I love how you did the two photos too.
And that title is so beautiful on this page.
Your journaling is beautiful- as is your page!
The photos are totally cool. The overlay or faded titles are really neat.
Project - Glimpses of the woman you will be
posted 01/07/09 at 06:41 PM
I had a hard time writing the journaling for this. Everytime I started to write I would end up crying. I just can't believe she is growing up. Journaling reads:Where did my little girl go? It doesn’t seem so long ago that you were my little wildflower, all flying curls and bare feet. It’s true the little girl in you hasn’t completely disappeared; I can still see that little girl when you are goofing with your friends or we’re teasing one another about something. I know I grumble when you come into my room late at night but secretly I still like it too. Although you are only thirteen…sometimes in a fleeting moment in between the giggles, the evening texting marathons, the soccer games and the homework I catch a glimpse of the woman you will someday be. Out of the corner of my eye I see a young woman with focus and determination. There is no doubt in my mind that you will conquer and succeed in whatever you decide to do. I know that my job as Mom is far from over but I feel so proud that you are truly becoming your own person. I know that it won’t be too long now before you will be grown up and I’m not sure whether to feel sad that the remnants of childhood are beginning to fall away or rejoice that the woman that is arising is so self-assured. In the end all that matters is that I will always be here for you and I will never stop loving you.
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