Question/Prompt #2: Documenting Your Life with Diane, ADB Designs
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Living in a small Italian hilltown, and having lived in a small town in south Georgia, I understand that you can recognize a family gene pool by the lift of an eyebrow, or the length of a neck, or a way of walking. --Frances Mayes **
Where were you born? How long did you remain there? What is the town/city/region known for?
This layout from my creative team member, Patricia, who used my collaborative collection with Jilberts Bits of Bytes called Garden Gate. The collection is available here in my store and is always reduced 50% or more. Patricia has a wonderful flair for storytelling, I aspire to journal as well as she does.
Mary's approach was slightly different and just as creative. She used my collaborative collection with Snickerdoodle Designs by Karen -- Tell Me Again. You can find the collection in Karen's store - LINK HERE.
**Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/f/francesmay523816.html#ovWMKEhQl7P2uTtr.99
Judy created an elegant page with a large image and still managed to include great journaling. She used two of my collections: First Love and the soon to be released, Heart of a Mother.