Category Archives: Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday – Chasing Butterflies

I’m back with a Wordless Wednesday post this week. I can’t believe these photos were taken over 10 years ago! I’ve seen this technique of blending close-up and distance photos on many layouts, and I’ve been meaning to give it a try. So here it is, chasing butterflies…

chasing butterflies scrapbook layout

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday – Wedding Day

Today my Aunt and Uncle celebrate their 54th wedding anniversary! Here’s a scrapbook layout with their wedding photo. (Used a scrapbook kit that I am currently working on.)

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday – Hunting Hill Mansion at Ridley Creek State Park

A couple of weeks ago I was at Ridley Creek State Park near Media, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The park is home to the beautiful Hunting Hill Mansion. The original stone farmhouse was built in 1789 with major renovations and additions done by the Jeffords family in 1914. It can currently be rented for events such as wedding receptions. Using photoshop I turned one of my photos into a digital painting.

hunting-hill-mansion-ridley-creek-park

(Almost) Wordless Wednesday – 100 Years Ago

I recently scrapped this for a centennial challenge at a digital scrapbooking site. It’s the 100th anniversary of the arrival of my husband’s Stibrik ancestors in the USA.

(Almost) Wordless Wedding Wednesday

In keeping with the Geneablogger Wednesday themes of (Almost) Wordless and Wedding, today’s post is a tribute to the 151st wedding anniversary of my 2x’s great-grandparents Charles James and Emma Ibach. They were married in Pottstown, Pennsylvania on February 28, 1861. I don’t have an actual wedding photo, but they are pictured here in a family photo along with one of their daughters. I used my own scrapkit for the layout.

Thanks for looking!