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Father and Mother Heritage Layout


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This heritage layout took about 15 minutes to make. Again, I used a heritage color for the paper and heritage style stickers for the embellishments.

Father and Mother Heritage Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

• Light blue photo mounting paper
• 4 heritage stickers
• Double sided adhesive

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• Ruler



Scrapbooking Notes:

The inspiration for this layout was the two photos featuring the father with one daughter and the mother with the other. One of the photos was taken indoors and the other was taken on the front porch of the house. The indoor/outdoor settings were the inspirations for the selection of the heritage stickers that reflect some of the furnishing that might have been in the house. The photos and the stickers stand out very nicely against the paper but the light blue isn’t too overpowering. I stuck the flowers stickers next to the outdoor photo because my grandmother said that flowers bloomed on the vine growing on the porch. This is something that could also be a part of the journaling. There is plenty of space for journaling beside the stickers attached next to the photos.

 

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