Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Get Scrapping, Preserving the past for the Future

Welcome to my little blog world.  Today I am sharing a page featuring some pictures of my mom and uncle as children.  The triple frame has Uncle Bod centered in between pictures of Mom at two different ages.  But I loved the effect, so I mixed it up a bit.
There is no real rules when it comes to preserving pictures from the past, except to keep them safe.  I love the same soft smile on both faces of brother and sister.  The gentle and smiling eyes bring a soft feeling of love to me.
Over at ODBD Forum it is Scrap Your Heritage challenge day.  So I encourage you to join in the fun.  Post your page on your favorite online gallery (I would suggest the ODBD Blog, what a lot of inspiration you will find over there!)

Today's challenge is to capture some handwritten words.  Yours, or some from voices of your past.  On my LO, penciled in their mothers hand, are the names of the boy and girl show here. What a fun thing to see!  As Momma's our love for our children in timeless.  Just as the Heavenly Father loves us, we also love our kiddos! Generation after generation. I encourage you to hand some history to your next generation.
May you find your day filled with blessings and time for prayer for another.


  1. What a treasure you've created, Robyn!
    That's a great challenge! To me it's particularly important to see God's Word written by hand to be passed down through the generations! Thanks for sharing this!...Nancy :o)

  2. What a beautiful page, Robyn and a sweet tribute to your family! Thanks for your diligence and obedience to the Lord! Blessings!