Some more of my old portraits - they came from the house of a relative who died, but we have no idea who they are. Isn't that sad? I used my favourite background from DT's Blustery Spring (recoloured) and a variety of simple shapes and blend modes to create this page - plus a bit of embossing which I can never resist doing... see the tutorial I have up on my blog. TTFN
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- Published on 24th September 2010
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hollihops on 24th September 2010
sunset on 24th September 2010
I only know that the postcard picture is of the River Irwell looking towards Manchester Cathedral! See the bridge? I used to work in the building on the left (many years later, I hasten to add!). Do't recognise the facese, though
Lovely page, Iris, beautifully balanced, as the lady seems to be showing us the photographs, in a way.
Dee Woods-Jeram on 24th September 2010
lovely heritage photos,well at least they are immortalised here..........wonderful page
summersara72 on 24th September 2010
Wondeful old photos and a great layout to display them at there best, great page.
karentrueman on 24th September 2010
very classy LO.....great photos too.
fifibear on 25th September 2010
I agree, it is sad. This however is a fab layout. Love it all!
Shirl Freeman on 25th September 2010
Tremendous LO. I love the circular part. Lovely old photo.
inkyD on 25th September 2010
Beautiful work and, although unknown, you have breathed new life into them with such a sympathetic LO. Thought provoking journalling that underlines the fragility of existence. I really like this page.
Helen on 26th September 2010
Interesting composition and good styl.
JaneMarion on 26th September 2010
What a beautiful page - very stylish and so nicely coloured. The journaling makes me think, though