Thursday, May 7, 2009

Remembering Ouma

Pictures/previews for this page have been removed due to Designers retiring and stores closing

The picture in this LO holds a special place in my heart. My Ouma was never fond of having her picture taken, so to have her look straight at the camera and even show a little smile is very special. This was taken when we were on holiday way back in 1963. You can see me playing, presumably in the sand, in the background. I think this was taken in Southbroom on the Kwazulu-Natal south coast (in South Africa) as I do know there was a tea house there that my folks really liked.
Aaaaah! The memories of those yearly family holidays, how precious and sweet they are!


I used Gypsy Couture's fun and very lovely new 'Happy makes The World Go Round' page set for this.


And here is a little freebie for you. If you like the Quick Page : bear in mind that what you see on there is only a fraction of the goodies you will find inside the full page set...do check it out!

You can download the Quick page HERE

Later gators!

14 comments:

Digi Free said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today (look for timestamp: 07 May [LA 08:05pm, NY 10:05pm] - 08 May [UK 03:05am, OZ 01:05pm] ).

bj said...

love this qp.....many thanks

Pam said...

Beautiful page--thank you!

Anonymous said...

Amazing kit, beautiful family story, and one of my new favorite QPs!! Thank you!!

C said...

Thank you for the freebie!

Peggie said...

Thank you for this lovely QP.

Emma said...

thank you for sharing....

Crabcakes said...

You are the BEST! This is beautiful! Thank you SO SO SO much for sharing th is!

GrannyNKy said...

Thank you for the pretty gift!

Maryse said...

Love your composition!!Great qp!!
Thank you so much for sharing :)

thescrappywife said...

Beautiful quick page! Thank you!

thescrappywife said...

So lovely! Thank you!

N.T. said...

Thanks, my kids and I were just talking about writing a story book with them as characters, this is a perfect way to scrap a photo of the process!

Mandi N. said...

Your QP freebies are amazing! You are such a talented scrapper! Thank you!