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Monday, November 6, 2017

Digitally Made Challenge # 7 Thanksgiving/Grateful - 6 November, 2017

Sadly, this is our last monthly challenge at Digitally Made, I have loved checking out the entries each month and gaining inspiration from the entries.

I used to do a lot of designing for Retro Designs and the kit I have used for today's layout is one of my favourites.  Although Helen does not create new kits at the moment, her store is still open, check it out here.
This kit is called Nostalgic Scrapbook.  So many beautiful elements and papers, many more than I have used.

I grew up in an idyllic childhood.  Amazing parents, true equals, no need for feminism in our household and even now I find the idea of feminism as foreign.  Growing up we only ever saw love, kindness and a beautiful way of life.  We were so lucky they lived long lives and not only their children and grandchildren got to know them, but also their older great grandchildren.

Always thankful for my parents.

 Entered into:
Pause Dream Enjoy - Thanksgiving
Another Freaking Scrappy Challenge - Use words of Thanks 
Take a Word - Family Albums


  1. Your thankful layout is gorgeous in every way, lovely tribute

  2. I missed your beautiful album page last week. It's such a beautiful tribute to your parents and the loving home in which you were raised. Those of us who grew up in such an atmosphere should indeed be thankful. Thank you so much for sharing!

  3. Lovely work. Thank you for joining the challenge at Pause Dream Enjoy. Hope to see you again next time.

  4. Great memories to fix in a diary. Very good job. Eli (Another Freaking Scrappy Challenge)


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