Tuesday, 17 November 2015

Scrapbook Page

Hello Everyone who calls in and thank you for visiting Jumbled Crafts

Today is the half way point in our Create a Scene Challenge at Try it on Tuesday and the top 5 for the Layers challenge are posted as well so hope you will join in with us in the next week.

At Stamps and Stencils the theme this time is Remember, Remember and I am sure that none of us will ever forget the awful happenings in Paris.

My thoughts turned to 1947 where life still carried on for us after the awful events just before.


Difficult to get a good photograph of this scrapbook page as the weather is dull and dark again today. When I was about 5 years old we used to go every Sunday in summer to watch my dad play cricket for a little known local team. My aunt in the middle is now 90 and found this photograph among some she was sorting out. Looks like our family formed most of the supporters but they were very happy times and I went until I was about 11 years old. We were a very sporting family and I still love watching sport and would love to play if my knees weren't so painful
This is a clearer version of the photograph and I have highlighted my family. The names are all above their heads.

Hope you have a great day

Love Chrissie xx

16 comments:

Pamellia Johnson said...

This is wonderful Chrissie. It's fabulous that you include a photograph of your own family in your artwork, what a wonderful way to create a memento! happy day to you, hugs :)

sirkkis said...

What a nostalgic lovely photo and you made a great page of it. You look much as now (your eyes are smiling) .
Have a good day ♥

aussie aNNie said...

Oh I just love this, the page is fabulous and a great memory as a scrapping page. Funny as I only said to my daughter tonight I plan to start scrapping again...xx { aNNie}

Valerie-Jael said...

Lovely page Chrissie, great photo of you all sitting watching the fun! You can still enjoy your sport on TV, so that's something. Have a lovely day, hugs, Valerie

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Wonderful layout with a stunning photo--- Awesome Chrissie!
What a fab family!
Happy day to you!
oxo
Susi

Analia Cristina said...

Hi friend,very beautiful page,a nice scrapbooking work!!!Greatings!!!

Mrs.B said...

Fabulous page Chrissie, love the old photo, and you look a real cutie!
Avril xx

Craftyfield said...

What a lovely photo and story! It begged to be scrapped...

Meggymay said...

A fantastic old photo of your family Chrissie It is a wonderful scrapbook page and must have so meany happy memories for you.
Yvonne xx
p.s. Thank you for sharing it with us over at Stamps and Stencils as well.

Catherine said...

Such a wonderful page Chrissie ! Thank you for sharing your memories with us ! Hugs, blessings and love from Catherine

Cec said...

This is a great page to preserve this wonderful memory. Love how you kept it clean and simple with just a bit of stamping so the fabulous photo could be centre stage. Thanks for joining us at Stamps and Stencils.
Hugs!
Cec

butterfly said...

A beautiful, thoughtful way to remember both those who died and the need to carry on with our lives and loves. Your page is charming - framing that wonderful photo so gently and natural.
Alison xx

Sue said...

Brilliant Chrissie, love how you have used a family photo and it fits in perfectly with your page xx

pearshapedcrafting said...

Oh I do love this and I'm sorry it's taken till now to comment! We used to support the local cricket team too and remember being allowed to change the numbers on the scoreboard sometimes! Happy days! A fabulous page to record your memories Chrissie! Have a great weekend! Chrisx

Marina said...

What a lovely photo and a beautiful scrapbook page. Thank you for sharing your memories.

Julia S-W said...

A beautiful way to showcase your gorgeous memory Chrissie. Love it. Julia xx So glad you joined us at Stamps & Stencils too even if my comment is late - as usual! x