Blue Eyes…

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As I was wandering around our internet highway I came across a blog spot called “Scrap Africa” It’s a place where creative people can post their creative talent.  I copied this statement from their website when wondering why they were posting a challenge to all people around the world when the website was called Scrap Africa, ” Simply because we want to showcase and celebrate the creative talent that we have in our beautiful land. At the same time we want to share it with the rest of the world and be inspired by others. While our main focus is on scrapbooking in Southern Africa we hope that our challenges will attract scrappers from different parts of the world”

After reading this and seeing that they had posted a challenge this month with a “vintage” theme I knew exactly what I wanted to do.

I have a beautiful picture of my grandfather, who passed away when I was a baby.  His eyes in this picture, although black and white, must have been the most beautiful blue, they seem to shine through the image. I somehow wanted to showcase this image on a vintage canvas.  So here are a few pictures and my entry for the Vintage Canvas for Scrap Africa I created in his honor.  I hope you like it and feel inspired.

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11 responses »

  1. Stunning canvas and love that photo of your grandfather! A handsome chap he was! Love the little bits and that gorgeous diecut! A gorgeous tribute to your grandfather! So pleased that you also found our blog and are sharing your canvas with us! Thanks so much for playing along with our Vintage Challenge at Scrap Africa! 😉

  2. Wow. What an amazing photo. You are so blessed to have a photo of your granddad. Such an amazing metal charm which goes great with the theme. And I love the chipboard. Thanks for sharing and thanks for playing with at Scrap Africa.

  3. Amazing work, I love your style and every detail on your canvas! Beautiful photo too, so unique! Thank you for joining our challenge at Scrap Africa, I’m so glad you found our blog!!!

  4. You are so lucky to have inherited this precious photo and I love the canvas you created to showcase it in the traditional vintage style. Thanks for joining us at Scrap Africa 😀

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