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my world your world | frame within a frame

June 3, 2011

i have been such a slacker in this project.

i’m really trying to get back on track with some of my little projects & activities.

but if you are a mom or dad. you get it. life happens. especially when you have children- then life happens a lot. 😀

so this week’s theme was frame within a frame. i was so stressed at thinking of something. i am not one who is at home planning an image based on a theme.

which is why i am trying to get back into this project. push my limits. get out of my comfort zone.

my husband salvaged this frame from a building that was redone. it’s over 100 years old i think he said.

it’s for the inside of my house. the kitchen. i have a wall picked out. i will put a mirror behind it so that it can reflect light back into my lovely yet

dark kitchen. :)

and here is what i decided to do with it for my project assignment.

(normally i would be showing my project with my partners but she’s been busy too)

and other images i shot that i loved. <3

yay i’m done mom?? 😀

thank you for coming by! 😀

One Comment

  • Michelle Nichelson Photography · Posted June 21, 2011 at 11:25 am · Link · Reply

    Could you explain this project with me on Facebook? I love the shots you got! & her outfit, my golly. I love it. <3

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My World / Your World | Week Five {paper}

February 4, 2011

We’re late joining in. But better late than never right?

Amanda Joy is my partner in photos for this fun filled 52 week project. We decided not to know what the other was doing and just be surprised that day.

This week’s theme was paper.

For mine I thought- why not a page from an old family recipe book filled with spatters, scribbles, fingerprints…and a date. Just reinforces my little habit of scribbling notes and dates in my own recipe books. Who knows? Maybe one day one of my kids will be thumbing through one of my old cookbooks and lovingly trace the handwriting and remember eating just that dish.

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  • Stacey S · Posted February 4, 2011 at 3:23 pm · Link · Reply

    Great interpretations ladies! Love the old family recipes Amy – so wonderful!

    • Amy Beth · Posted February 4, 2011 at 3:40 pm · Link · Reply

      Thanks Stacy!! I can’t wait to see everyone elses! This was really fun!

  • Janet Power · Posted February 4, 2011 at 4:11 pm · Link · Reply

    Love your interpretation of this week’s theme.

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