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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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Here are some suggestions. To get the whole page, you can scan both sides and put them together. If you don't have a graphics program where you can do this. get in touch with me and we can work out a way for you to get them to me and I will put them together for you.

Also, if you scanned the image at high resolution, it will be a very large file, and could be why you are having trouble uploading it. Again, if you don't have the means to make it smaller, I will be happy to do that for you.
I had so much fun doing the family group sheet, I decided to use some of my Ireland photos. They've only been waiting for me to do something for about 10 years. This is my great grandfather's farm.

Oh this is awesome, how nice you had these photos to use. Thanks for sharing.

Had the opportunity to visit the Rampton Cemetery outside of Dysart, Iowa. My gg-grandparents are buried here along with other family.
This is wonderful. The tag, the journaling, the old photo, very nicely put together. Thanks for sharing.
My great-granparents: Blanche Annette PAGE married Charles Henry RAMPTON. Their daughter, Edna Elizabeth Rampton, was my maternal grandmother. So lucky to have these old photos.
Terrific example of the elegance of simplicity. Thanks for sharing.
My grandfather built the home my mother grew up in. I have so many wonderful memories of that house as well.

I love this one too. Nice incorproration of the picture with the journaling and the embellishments. Thanks for sharing.
It's really inspiring looking at what others do with their Scrapbook pages. Here are a few of mine, I do both traditional and digital scrapbooking.

Lovely pages - you have a great style. Really like what you did for Florence, the mention of the influenza epidemic. I lost some family and now you have inspired me to scrap about them. Thank you for sharing!
Do holiday projects that are not actually pages count? If so, I will post a copy of a wreath that I am gifting to a friend who recently lost her parents.





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