I recently ran across this old Family Reunion picture from 1936.
Because there is over 100 relatives in the picture, I wanted to highlight where my Grandparents are.
I used one of the frames from the “Clear Mixers”.
After removing one side of the protective covering, I painted the edges with Antique Linen Distress
Paint. I glued a small piece of scrapbook paper under the painted side and trimmed it with an exact-o
knife. I gently sanded the edges with a sanding block and distressed it slightly with Vintage Photo
Distress Ink before removing the second protective coating.
My grandfather is the one with the x and my grandmother is sitting to his left holding my Uncle Bill.
I used the Chamberry Collection from Adorn it and a scalloped circle punch and a old border punch
from Marvy Uchida.
This project was created for and sponsored by Clear Scraps.
One thought on “Cherish Family 1936”
Anything from 1936 is old? Well, that downloaded my day. I have enjoyed your blogs and and hope to get back to classes. Nice frame for a neat photograph. Marty