My Heritage Page was featured!

What a nice surprise when I opened the latest Scrap Affairs (Issue 25) yesterday! The "Dutch Heritage" scrapbooking layout that I sent a while ago, has been featured in the Scrapper Gallery pages (pg.31)! I could not post this layout on my blog earlier, because I had entered it into their competition, and although I did not win (boohoo) I am thrilled that this page has now been printed in their mag. So at last I can show you!! All the big flowers were hand made, the windmill was cut with my Cricut and chalked up, and the clogs I drew, cut out, and coloured in with Copics! There are also 2 little messages that do not show up on the layout as they are "hidden" behind each of the main photos. If you look carefully (zoom in) you will notice a small tag to the left of my grandfather, and to the right of my grandmother. When these are pulled out and opened, each has a little hand written story about what I personally remember about them. Hopefully my descendants will enjoy this bit of information. I get such a warm fuzzy feeling when I look at this layout and it brings back wonderful memories.
heritage {{{hugs}}}


  1. Congratulations Margy!!! This is such fantastic news...and that page is absolutely incredible. I love all of the wonderful Dutch themed embellishments and those flowers of yours are gorgeous. And what a wonderful idea to have the 2 hidden messages...I'm sure that your descendants will love to read these little tidbits about their ancestors.

  2. Congratulations Margy, looks gorgeous you did a great job.

    greetings karin

  3. Congratulations, it's a beautiful layout and great embellishments you added, nice with pull out tags! =)
    Hugs, Elenor

  4. Congratulations!! Your double page layout is stunning! Love all the details and your colors. Wonderful photos too - such a treasure.

  5. Congratulation!!! As a Dutch girl, I love your LO, such lovely details.

    Hugs Amanda xx

  6. Congratulations Margy!!
    The pages are beautiful!!


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