This week we are scrapping an important inanimate object from your past. I was taken with Debbie’s (dwest) layout of a bowl from her grandmother, pages from Alina Love and Susan [at home in ottawa] . . . and I begin thinking of a sentimental object from my past to scrap. You may have a very valuable item or something that is worth only pennies. Thus today’s topic for the Heritage Challenge Gallery!
Do you keep objects that may be useless to you now, just because you associate them with some past memories of yours? Maybe because they remind you of people who may have passed away or that you do not see very often nowadays. Or maybe because they just remind you of yourself, years ago.
Merrilee chose the trunk which belonged to her great-grandmother and now sits in a special place in Merr’s home. You must read the journaling!
Credits: In a Book Paper Pack No. 01, Mini Botanicals Mini Kit No. 01, Olde World Ornaments Brushes and Stamps No. 04, Charmed No. 01, Grungy Ledger Grid Brushes and Stamps and Assorted Messy Stitches: White No. 02.
I absolutely love the subject which Connie chose for her page today. Just as Merrilee has done, Connie has written an amazing story to go with a necklace which she found that had belonged to her mother.
Credits: Collection Manuscrite Paper Pack, Vintage Library Paperie No. 02, Letter Box Photo Masks No. 02,Vintage Blendables No. 05, Border Basics No. 01, Stamped Stitches Brushes and Stamps, Stamped Stitches No. 02 Brushes and Stamps, Stamped Stitched Photo Masks No. 01 Brushes and Stamps, Letter Box Pattern Clusters Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Star Glows Brushes and Stamps No. 01, Stitching Holes Borders No. 02 Brushes and Stamps, Deckled Photo Frames: Vintage No. 02, Slide Frames No. 01, Postcard Journalers, Fastened Frames No. 05, Bradded Photo Frames No. 01, Hint at it Strips No. 01 Brushes and Stamps and Pin Its!: Pearls.
My layout for today is one of mostly journaling my memories of hanging out clothes on the line in various backyards of my life.
Lynnie, my Heritage Challenge partner & I hope that you will draw inspiration from Merrilee, Connie and me this week for the challenge. We would love to see one of your treasuers scrapped in the Heritage Gallery here at Designer Digitals. Remember that your pages should use products from the Designer Digitals Store.