Wednesday, 8 December 2010

52 Week Challenge - Some Things Old / Some Things New

For this challenge we were supposed to use a variety of our oldest supplies and our newest supplies.
Old supplies:  rub-ons (originally purchased and used years ago for decorative painting and wood crafts), and decorative scissors. New supplies: flower stamp used for background stamping, new daffodil from Sarah, new leaf sizzlit, and flowers made from new Martha Stewart Hydrangea punch.

I just LOVE this picture! When my girls were both home in November I showed it to them and they had so much fun...each teasing the other about the way they looked in it! lol I just think they're both adorable! I guess the photo itself could be one of the old things since it's another one that's over twenty years old. So I   warned my girls that this photo would be one of the next ones I would play with! You have to click on it to get a good look...it's priceless...at least to a Mother! :o)

   "Okay girls, say cheese!" 
             

7 comments:

  1. Brilliant photo and, as you say, Nancy a priceless one to you. Love it. Your layout is as beautiful as ever. Love those flowers :)
    I once had a heart punch and have since sld it as I didn't use but I've just found out how to make hydrangea flowers using a heart punch????
    Much love
    Lynn xx

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  2. Oh Nancy, it is a priceless photo. It reminds me of my 2 boys when they were little.

    I had a sad moment putting ornaments on our Christmas tree this year because the ornaments reminded me of when my boys were little and the years gone by. Now my youngest turns 20 in January. My oldest is leaving for the Army in January. I'm mourning their youth and mine too.

    I'm sorry, I'm getting off course and very depressing.

    I love your page, how did you make the flowers? I'll be uploading mine later tonight, almost finished with it.

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  3. This is too cute and I understand exactly what you are saying. Cherish those moments.

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  4. Nancy, this is A-DOR-ABLE! I'm so glad you had your daughters with you to talk about this photo. What fun that must have been.

    Love your layout. I think I may have to try doing that. Get some old stuff out and use it.
    Love you - Leslie

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  5. Adorable Nancy! Love the photo and your title is beautiful and so appropriate!

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