The additional option to Challenge #19
OR do both....
In the above photo- I overlayed "journaling"
in the upper right section of black journaling petals. I have asked Ally to share in her words. I can't begin to fathom how therapeutic, and emotional it was for her to dance with her 'big brother's' tiny little T-shirt. At the time of the accident she was 3 1/2, she's now 16. From the tips of her fingers down to her toes, on the floor and soaring...she exuded LOVE.
After you create your project be sure to link back your blog posting
to Challenge #19 for a chance to win!
When deciding how to incorporate the circle into my layout-
cutting it out and matting it was not an option...
I wanted to show the floor beneath Ally, WAY beneath her... I captured her flying!
Highlighting the black and white with YELLOW
was a decision based on the shirt she danced with...
it was Austen's from his baseball team,
which he wears in the photo we have come to know him by.
a glimpse of my paper toling in action...
multitudes of South End Girls...
Like most women...what to wear, what to wear, what to wear???
How about a variety of white...textured card stock, thick mulberry, printed glittered vellum...endless possibilities!
It's like "paper dolls" for grown ups!
in true 'makeover fashion'....
Before & After
Back to Saturday... the evening opened with Ian's ballet class performing their dance to "Austen's song" (the song played at Austen's funeral)
It was simply precious to watch...
"God. Jesus. And Austen up in heaven"
I don't think there was a dry eye in the house.
A little boy covered by fields of clover...
There is no doubt God had his hand in this.
In memory of Austen Sanov