Wednesday, April 30, 2008

My daughter, the young woman

Here's a 12x12 scrapbook page I made of my oldest daughter. She graduated last June, and this picture was taken just a couple weeks after graduation when we were camping. I love this picture of her, and how she looks so deep in thought.

I found the poem on http://www.scrapbook.com/ and thought it was so fitting for this picture! I copied it into Word and printed it out on White CS. If you click on the picture, you'll get a close-up to read the poem.

Recipe ~
Stamps: SU Short & Sweet
Paper: SU Afternoon Tea DP, Chocolate Chip, Soft Sky, Wild Wasabi, Groovy Guava
Ink: Basic Brown
Accessories: Groovy Guava Double Stitched Ribbon, Scallop Punch, Boho Blossoms Punch

Hope you have an awesome Wednesday. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

10 comments:

Sandy said...

This is such a pretty page Denise!! Love the use of all the different Afternoon Tea papers. Great picture and poem.

Carolyn King said...

a gorgeous page--great picture of you dd too! love it!

silke said...

Denise - what a beautiful page of your daughter and the poem is
lovely!!! Your daughter has your features - very pretty!!!

LeAnne said...

Very pretty, Denise, I can see your daughter has your features!!!
LeAnne

Julie said...

Gorgeous page!! As usual!

Shannon Erskine said...

Denise this is a wonderful page of your daughter! Love the poem! I started stamping with the intention of scrapbooking but I havent made a page in over a year!LOL! I got obsessed with card making in the process!

Wendy said...

Oh Wow, Denise....this page is awesome! You did a fabulous job scrapping this picture. That Afternoon Tea paper is yummy!! Your daughter is a very pretty girl...she looks like you! :) TFS

JenMarie said...

Fabulous page! Beautiful daughter!

JAR said...

What a beautiful page and a beautiful girl!

Newstampinaddict said...

beautiful page for a beautiful girl!!