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Saturday 1 March 2014


'Peggy' is the title of this layout created for my family heritage album with one of my newly acquired old photos. Since finding the adorable photo of this little girl and discovering her name I was able to complete more of my family tree. The layout is my Design Team page for the March Scrapology challenge.

The journalling has been written for future generations and reads:

"Margaret E. Holder known as Peggy (born 1919) was the youngest daughter of my Great Uncle Walter Frederick Holder, known as Chum or Chummy (b1886) and his wife Ethel Rosina (nee Fuller, 1888 - 1955) married in 1910. All lived in the Bromley area. Peggy's older sister was called Winifred J. Holder known as Winnie (born 1913, married name Taylor).
Lynn (2014)"

This month we are scraplifting our own team member Sandra Dry with this lovely layout you may recognise from the Scrapbook magazine a few issues ago. As she was working to a budget we thought we would look at using our existing stash rather than using new papers.

My papers are Kasercraft Enchanted Garden which I have had for a while and not wanted to cut into, I was waiting for that special photograph! The butterflies are cut from a glittered sheet. I used some Prima pearl swirls, Maya Road ribbon roses, satin ribbon, antique lace and a Marianne die for the frame around the journalling.

Lots of tearing, distressing and inking went into my page too.

 Here is the sketch I drew for the challenge:

Please pop over to the Scrapology blog and find out more about the challenge and see what the others made for this challenge.

Thanks for looking
Lynn x


  1. Beautiful layout Lynn. Those papers are perfect for the subject and I love the overall soft, vintage feel.

  2. What a wonderful page! Gorgeous photograph.

  3. Such a beautiful page Lynn, perfect example of vintagey style scrapping....lush xxx

  4. Beautiful page Lynn, the photograph does not do justice to the delicate pastel colours of this layout IRL.

  5. Beautiful and serene layout Lynn and totally gorgeous photo. xx


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