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This discussion is for you to post pictures/scans of your completed genealogy oriented pages. I will post some of my own too, but I don't want to dominate the discussion. Feel free to post as many as you like. Also mention whether or not you give permission for me to include them on our "Home Page" which is located on my web site. You can see it by clicking the link in our header section.

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I love the itda of all the generations. I hope on the page you share with family that you some way add
everyone's name. Fifty years from now will the people looking at your great work know the faces?
I don't think when we post to a site we need to tell the names of the living. I will use your idea for sure. GREAT!!
Thanks for your comments Marcia. Yes, the original does have all the names on it.
What a great idea, and so lucky you are to have the photos so far back. Thank you for sharing.
Here are some pages I have created digitally. I used either Paint Shop Pro9 or Paint Shp ProX for them.
Click on the thumbnails to view.

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Here are some more. These are small, under 600 by 600 pixels, not suitable for printing, compared to the earlier ones I posted with the exception of the 2nd one, the 4th one and the bottom one. They 3600 by 3600 pixels or under. The ones I posted in the earlier post are 3600 by 3600 pixels or smaller, making them very suitable for printing.

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Rachel, your pages are great. What a lot of work you've put into them. I know your family must love them.
Great collection and styles. Most of us when doing heritage stick with dull colors and so glad to see COLOR!!
Wonderful. Thanks for the peek.

Oh... I don't use PSP but can you use PSD files? They are the ones with the layers still seperate. I have some templates I would like to share if those who use PSP can open and use.
Thank you! Yes you can use PSD files
I just made this page for Hayes Keener Delozier, Sevier County, Tennessee. I used some of Marcia's Wm. Morris designs in her kit that she shared with us here on GW in the Free Digital Resources Discussion. I also used a couple of embellishments from The Vintage Moth. You have my permission to use the page on our "Home Page", Katrina.
Just took a peek at your page and I thought it was wonderful. I am having some trouble thinking up ideas for a few pages of relatives who are now deceased.
Hi Katrina, I started a message and lost it when I tried to upload my completed layout for the first challenge which I know has finished. It was something I did about 6 years ago. When I scanned it (it's a 12"x12") it's not the whole page. However, just wanted to contribute something. Have been looking at the freebies and have downloaded some things so will endeavour to use some when I do the next challenge.

Jan Westcott
Hi Katrina, it didn't work so I deleted the attachment.





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