Saturday, January 18, 2014

Catching Up On Smashes

I finished a few Smash pages over the holiday season and finally am getting around to posting them. Up first in the "Favorites" book is my favorite Christmas recipe. The pictures and info are from a post I did in 2012-- made these pages relatively easy to create.

Here is a page from my "Quotes" book. 

Another spread in the "Quotes" book.

The man on the right is my great-grandfather. Probably taken in the 1920s, but I don't know where. Looks like some sort of park. The train picture is a copy of one from the 20s also. It was in my grandparents' album. Have no idea where it is or why someone took it, but it worked out here.

So now you're up to speed on my Smash books.  Breathing easier?  Ha, ha...

Have a good day out there!


  1. Love your pages---they look great! I especially like, as well as all the art, the hand-written recipe. Excellent use of your family pictures. Breathing out now. Ha, ha!

  2. Very lovely pages, Diane. So much to see and composition is perfect.

  3. You've done so great with your journals! I love the quotes book and using the photo of your great grandfather is a beautiful idea. I need to get busy...I know I always say that! Sweet hugs!

  4. These are wonderful. I love seeing the handwritten recipes and the black and white photos from your family albums.
    I think this is an interesting hobby to have.

  5. Great pages, Diane..

    Your bread looks very tasty!! Old recipes like that are often best!

  6. Great pages..Full of interesting things that involve you..Fun idea..Wish I could read the recipes..