I was heavily influenced by pages from dfwest - this is just one of her amazing pages - http://www.designerdigitals.com/digital-scrapbooking/ideas/showphoto.php?photo=174187&cat=fav.
I'm still working on pages for my AAM album. I've been pulling out my favorite, treasured, childhood toys. I'm so happy to still have kept Mrs. Beasley and in such good condition.
I remember thinking how handsome Uncle Bill was on Family Affair. I think he was my first childhood crush.
Thanks for looking and perhaps enjoying reminiscing with me!
Journaling: It was 1967 and I remember being about 6 years old and watching Family Affair.
Buffy had this doll and what I wanted [more than anything] was a Mrs. Beasley doll just like hers. I donít remember for sure but I think Santa brought her to me. She was my favorite doll for years. She may be old, but I took good care of her. She still has her hair net, eye glasses, collar and apron. Her pull cord still works, too. Iíve seen her in antique stores without any accessories and she goes for $65. I donít know what [my] Mrs. Beasley would sell for, but to me, sheís still priceless.
All products DD!
Katie Pertiet: Letter Box Simplicity Paper Pack No. 01
Letter Box Brushes and Stamps No. 03
Taped Together Paper Pack No. 04
Painted Flourishes No. 02
Stamped Edgers Brushes and Stamps No. 01
Notebook Edge Photo Masks No. 04
Stamped Alphabet No. 02 (a favorite of mine!)
Roughed Up Dots Paper Pack(recolored)
Yarn Swirls No. 03: Summer(recolored)
Stacked Vintage Frames No. 04 Value Pack
Lil Bit Tags
P. Knox: Pin Its!: Pearls
Fonts: Century Gothic, VT Portable Remington
(Mrs. Beasley's glasses were made by me)