carrie1977, Jul 18, 2018
Golden Elements and Papers by Amber LaBau
Heart Cut Outs by Scrapping with Liz

This Conway Twitty song came on the radio this morning and I was instantly taken back to the days when Grandpa would drive us to and from school. He would listen to his old country cassette tapes. We would all grumble about the music. But, now I hear these older songs and I stop and listen. I miss him.
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    • keepscrappin
      What a beautiful memory! Love how the hearts pop on the kraft and I can feel the love you've pour into this layout... melts my heart!
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    • Tree City
      Aw, that's so sweet! What a fun way to use the heart cutouts and the string looped around the station is a fun touch.
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    • jazzmatazz
      Isn't amazing what things (sights, smells, and sounds) take us back in time? Love this capture of your memory of your grandfather? The design is fantastic, particularly the interlacing hearts and the line of flowers, banners and string. Beautifully done!
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    • cfile
      Oh Carrie - how sweet and I love that you took a snap of the radio with the song and then framed it and surrounded it with hearts. I agree re sights and sounds how they transport us to that moment ... what a sweet memory you have of your grandfather. Always remember that. He is smiling as you remembered that special moment you had together :) I love the clean scrap here with your clustering of flowers to match the hearts and the bits of paint splatters on the kraft paper background..a perfect page! Thank you for sharing your special memory with us and joining in on the journaling challenge!
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    • willimena
      I love how songs can take us right back to a moment in time! I like the way you've linked all the elements together and the meaningful journaling - precious memories.
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