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    For my family.
    I think this is one of the most labour intensive images I have ever done but one of the most rewarding. It took hours to riffle through old family photos, some that I had never seen before, but it was such a joy to be able to still have such wonderful memories.
    Gone but not forgotten - I love you all

    Owl Cottage, cris21045, amyrimell, and 108 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. GôDiNô 42 months ago | reply

      This amazing work deserves an Award
      in Unique Creations (P1/C2) Group


      Unique Creations (P1/C2)

    2. googly 42 months ago | reply

      This amazing work deserves an Award
      in Unique Creations (P1/C2) Group


      Unique Creations (P1/C2)

    3. TNEmily 29 months ago | reply

      I found this on interest - such a lovely family tree! You've inspired me!

    4. megascotties1 27 months ago | reply

      This is my first visit to Pinterest. This family tree is AMAZING! What a beautiful creation - and so lovely. GENIUS!!!

    5. spunbyme 27 months ago | reply

      I love this so much!

    6. Roger and Kathy Goodson 26 months ago | reply

      Are these hanging on a real tree limb?

    7. Sherril_2008 22 months ago | reply

      Beautiful!! Did you use a special program to do this with? If you wouldn't mind sharing infor on how this was done, it would be MUCH appreciated! I also do genealogy and love the way this looks with older sepia toned photos!

      Again - Very good work!!

    8. gayl's photos 18 months ago | reply

      Wonderful....just wonderful!

    9. suhutch 17 months ago | reply

      Could you provide a tutorial on how you did this? I LOVE it! My e-mail address is: wahzan@ymail.com. Thanx!

    10. pixygiggles 15 months ago | reply

      Fantastic idea! I love it.

    11. Dreamer20 15 months ago | reply

      This is brilliant inspiration for old family images, thank you.

    12. lessonsfromlife 12 months ago | reply

      I just want to know how you did it. Did you start with a blank slate add the tree and then the photos as tags? Very, very clever.

    13. kiwigirl53 10 months ago | reply

      Absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing it.

    14. carlenepowell96 9 months ago | reply

      Yes could you PLEASE tell me how you did this is it in a shadow box ect i have all kinds of photos would love to do this do you have a tutorial??????

    15. preciselyme 7 months ago | reply

      Stunning...how did you do it?

    16. MyChemokid 7 months ago | reply

      I would love to know how you go the pictures transferred to the little plaques.. Please email me tutorial, I would love to try this... justbeinbev@gmail.com

    17. m_ovo_m 6 weeks ago | reply

      inspiring idea.

    18. rowe19 6 weeks ago | reply

      brillant

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