Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Some Crafting Time

My sister teaches classes in paper crafting. Greeting cards, scrapbook pages and other projects. This is my version of a class she taught using Close to My Heart paper.
The photos are a digital download from a really sweet vendor I met at a market this summer. I call them my `rented` family. Jeanne was great for scanning some photos that I could use in my project.


I really enjoyed having some creative time. Can`t wait for the next class.


lynn said...

this is so lovely, pamela:) tfs!

Karen said...

Wow Pamela, they are all so beautiful. Have fun in the next class, looking forwars to your next project.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

All of these are so beautiful! I love the old images. And the lace is especially nice. Of course I love the color tones too! Beautiful!

Kelly said...

I love how you called them your "rented family". Too funny! Those turned out pretty.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

So pretty. Love the way you incorporated the lace. Your rented family looks happy to have a new home:-)

Musings From A French Cottage said...

These are beautiful! Thank you for sharing!!


Änglarnas hus said...


Thank you for visiting my blog and your kind words.
I´m sorry to tell you that we don´t ship to other countries than sweden because of the swedish duty rules.


The Polka Dot Closet said...

Love the cards...How fun that you and your sister share this interest!!


Karen said...

Hi Lady Pamela,
What beautiful picture frames and antique photographs. They remind me of ones of my mother and her sister. I love your lacy hangers and pretty trimmings! Thank you for visiting me! Happy Summer! Karen

The Charm of Home said...

Love the old photos you used! Great project!

Caroline shabby hideaway said...

Wow...this is so lovely.Adding the lace looks so wonderful.I still have real old pictures from my grandmother,I think I will try this.
Not sure if they turn out that beautiful,lol.

My little ✂ cottage said...

lovely blog! thanks for sharing...

Zaa said...

Your creative design showcase your photos beautifully... Thanks for the inspiration...Enjoy your day...Hugs

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Gorgeous photos beautifully displayed. I love the nostalgic feel.


The Polka Dot Closet said...

What a wonderful project I love your Borrowed family!


June said...

I want to wish you a wonderful time on your cruise Pamela! It sounds wonderful! Thank you for your sweet words on the blog.
I hope your little grandson does fine at school. School can be a challenge for the little ones sometimes until they learn the routine.
Travel safe my dear friend!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Hello!! Thanks so much for stopping by and for being so kind to leave a comment! By all means, pin my glasses.Lol!! I needed new glasses for quite some time and the girl that worked in the Dr.'s office helped me pick them out. She was very good with what looked good for the shape of my face and hair color. I told her I did not want real dark frames so I did not look like Mr. Magoo with my gray hair. LOL!! These were not even on display. She pulled them out of a drawer as they just came in and thought they would look good on me. I was thankful for her honesty with what looked good because if my husband was with me, he would have told me that every one looked good on me!!
Love your creations here!! They are definitely in a style near and dear to my heart!!
Have a great weekend!!

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Forgot to mention that I love your word for 2018! Did you do a post on it as to why you chose it??


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