Growing up with you is one of my favorite memories.
This is me with my crazy, wonderful siblings. (I’m right smack dab in the middle.)
The five of us have been through a lot together. Especially the last year.
I’m so glad we have each other to count on.
Even though we drive each other crazy from time to time, there’s a real closeness and love.
This picture was taken last August when the whole family got together for one last
picnic at our family home.
Home… A story of who we are. A collection of things we love.
That caption from the collection about brought a tear to my eye.
I’m a little nostalgic when it comes to home right now.
Down the hall in my family home was a very large collection of photos.
The pictures covered both sides of the hall walls. It was like a very big scrapbook.
No one was left out. (even if you didn’t like the picture)
A collection of everyone they loved.
For my Siblings Layout…here’s what I used: (*affiliate links)
- The Brand NEW Garden Harvest Collection Pack (November 1st)
- Xyron 3″ Sticker Maker*
- Xyron Mega Runner*
- Electronic Die Cutting Machine*
- Black and White Glitter Vinyl
When you have a lot of little pieces to stick onto a layout I like to use a combination
The Xyron Sticker Maker is real easy to use. Just place the paper, design side up, into the end of the sticker maker and pull the paper through. Rub the protective covering and peel back to expose sticker.
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