Monday, October 24, 2016

Challenge # 239 - Oct 24 - Heritage


Hello, Karrie here...  My turn to hostess, it's challenge # 239, and I want to see something from your Heritage!  A photo that is older than 20 years, a piece of memorabilia or ephemera older than 10 years, or maybe document a memory  you have of something longer than 5 years ago! 
Oh and USE AS MUCH other STUFF AS YOU CAN! 
What does heritage mean to you?  Old photos or old paper, or new supplies that look old ~ I don't feel that there should be too many restrictions on creativity and creating.... But please explain in your blog post how it fits the theme.

My photo is my mom and her baby sister, this pic is from about 1954...




My fabulous team mates have made these:



I decided to make an Christmas ornament using a picture of my oldest.


I'm using a picture of me when I was 4 (umm 50 years ago!)

Gail

Photos of an old apothecary (est. 1869) located in Niagara-on-the-Lake. I used mostly BoBunny - Heritage line.


Photo from mid 1970's


TammyL
The pictures in my layout are from my last trip to London in 2000 and so the British paper is at least that old as well!



I am not so much a heritage person in as much as the style of scrapbooking so today I am going to share a double layout created using the "proofs" from our wedding photographer.  I wanted the photos to speak for themselves so I choose to keep the embellishments to a minimum.  We recently celebrated our 23rd wedding anniversary so I'd say this meets the "heritage" criteria 








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1 comment:

Raelene said...

So many lovely layouts.
I just found this challenge and love it.
I would like to add this challenge into my monthly challenge list (I create a list each month of various challenges and post it to my blog, facebook, instagram and pinterest) which links directly to each challenge.
I can't find anyway to contact you to seek permission and send information so if someone could email me that would be great.
raelenesscrappingfun@gmail.com

Thank you.