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Father & Children

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Poster: spartica  (see this users gallery)

This picture was again done with the 4Generations Kit. Can you tell that I love this kit and how versatile it is! This picture was taken of my husband and our children and the theme of the kit was perfect for it as the occasion was our eldest grandson's Bar Mitzvah.
· Date: Mon August 20, 2007 · Views: 3534 · Filesize: 59.9kb · Dimensions: 309 x 400 ·
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Keywords: Father, Children, Bar Mitzvahs, Jewish, Occasions, 4Generations Kit
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Robin
SgD Senior Digital Scrapper

Registered: July 2007
Posts: 201
Tue August 21, 2007 1:35am

You certainly are chomping through the 4Generations kit, lol! Good use of the paper for journalling. That's something I need to work on. My layouts tend to be pretty sparse with just a date or a few words.
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spartica
New Digital Scrapper

Registered: August 2007
Posts: 24
Tue August 21, 2007 10:17am

Robin, journaling to me is very important, as I am sure it is for you. The problem is that we often forget our emotional feelings for the photo because, if you are like me, the photo may be 20 years old! So, my advice...scrap as soon as you can and you will find the words.
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