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Get it in Writing: Your Handwriting

Do you think your own handwriting stinks? Do you know, I don’t like mine either, but I still hand write on my layouts.   I am no typical documentation scrapper. I prefer to capture moods like these pictures below show, but still it’s nice to have a few words why I captured this cute face.  I bet your kids would love to see your handwriting.  Let go of the little perfections in you and think about the preservation of memories.

 

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I have made a little frame out of my title and my journaling, it goes neatly beside all the cute journaling cards from the Cottage Farms collection.

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The journaling cards can be used for more than journaling, they also make excellent photo mats.  I have arranged four of them together to show the different faces of our 3 year old.
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Above you can see that I have added a little frame from the Cottage Farms ephemera and a stickers on top to say even more about the particular picture.

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Hope you get some ideas on how to mix your handwriting, stickers and ephemera to tell your photos’ story.

 

Pink Paislee collections used: Luxe, Cottage Farms, Portfolio

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6 Responses to "Get it in Writing: Your Handwriting"

  • Jean A Marmo
    August 1, 2013 - 6:44 am

    Such a beautiful layout. I tend to avoid using my handwriting,

  • Marcia Scantlin
    August 1, 2013 - 9:35 am

    I use my handwriting most of the time – it’s quick and easy. Love how you combined the journaling cards/frames. Adorable girl and layout.

  • Ange
    August 1, 2013 - 4:11 pm

    This layout is adorable! Love it!!!
    I don’t like my handwriting either (I’ve actually been told “it looks like boy handwriting” lol). But I feel the same as you and I journal a little on every layout. Great post! :)

  • Shawn Wenrich
    August 3, 2013 - 7:17 pm

    I love these photos, what filter or photo action did you use on them?

    • Christin Grønnslett
      August 6, 2013 - 3:41 am

      Shawn – I have used Photoscape to edit the photos. First I lighten the pictures a little, add contrast. Then I chose sepia, and in the end I add a filter Filmeffect and then I choose Portra low or middle.

  • Petra Offrell
    August 7, 2013 - 11:29 am

    Another WOW-page that I will get back to look at many times… so happy I have already got that collection ♥