Continuing with the whole misting thing I wanted to change the color
of the die cut circles see the second layout here where I misted
and used negative space. So you can see the die cut circles on this page.
I also used my new Studio Calico stamps for the title.
There are also misted butterfly negatives that you can't see.
Seriously do you really ever know where exactly
you're going to create on a page.
Of course I swapped out the photo because the ones I had in mind
lacked one I knew I had somewhere and finally found.
But not in time for this page.
So I picked another original photo from the wayback box
There's alot going on in this photo.
Like at Howard's feet is an adorable kitten.
And in the bushes is a man looking toward the house.
I can't identify him. Sadly.
But its precious all the same.
So the pictures below were meant for the page above.
Don't you love how it all works out.
I'm so gifted that way!
I put these pictures out on FB because I don't know the location
and sadly the last remaining relative in the picture didn't know either.
And I had the baby wrong.
I used stash on this - that paper is EK success and soooooo
old and flimsy that I backed it with cardstock.
And I love the look. Very old school.
Some Cosmo Cricket thrown in.
And yes that's me with the goofy haircut at 12.
I was just allowed to start growing it out.
And yes, that was how it was done (dare I say it)
in the old days.
Now I know why my Gram wanted to clock me when
I asked her about the olden days.
Yes, April we do need to set heritage parameters.