Monday, May 20, 2013

I Am Your Child

My Dad, who has macro-degeneration, took this picture of Mom and I on Mother's Day.  I love it!

The words are from the song "I am your child" by Barry Manilow:
"I am your child.  Whatever 
I do, you taught me to do.

Whatever I am, you 
taught me to be."

The garden archway is a digital brush from Cottage Arts.  I sized it, then determined the size of my picture.  I combined the picture with a partial oval shaped frame prior to pasting it into the archway opening.  The  journaling block is another digital image, this one by Carina Gardner.  
After cutting it out, I added some splatters of paint.

The leaf mask smudged with mixed media white ink was the final touch.



Chantal Vandenberg said...

Lovely layout! Love the way you have framed the photo! Very clever!

Charlotte Brochu said...

Lovely layout and such a special photo of you and your Mom! You both look so happy!

Beebeebabs said...

Such a beautiful layout!!!

Connie Mercer said...

gorgeous!! My grandmother had that too.

Heather McMahon said...

This is gorgeous! It's so nice that your dad took the pic too!

Heather Landry said...

I love the lyrics that you used on this page. How perfectly lovely! Great use of the digital embellishments here Cindy!