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Use small, cardboard backed vintage photos (the unidentifiable, throw away kind), ephemera and postcards as charming divider tabs for your heritage album.

so long sunday - Dispatch From LA

One Woman's Journey ~ Scrap a lifetime on a single page with a 'through the years' layout. The photos on this richly colored page were scanned, changed to sepia and printed onto canvas paper. All the journaling is hidden behind each of the photos. There is an embossed, stamped leaf on the right of the framed picture that acts as a pull tab for the journaling block. Both the smaller photos are actually clever booklets that open from the left to reveal more journaling.

~One Woman's Journey~

rubber stamp before applying the tea bags for added interest.

Patina Moon: Mixed Media / Crafts

Pink and Black Marie One by lauracars12000, via Flickr

Wonderful page by Patricia Basson - lots of detail

Always Dream - Girlie Grunge

lovely digital heritage layout

Millie - Digital Scrapbook Place Gallery

Great use of otherwise uninteresting land grant information in documenting family history.

A Very Fashionable Wedding ~ stunning heritage digi page with a list of kits used. The details on this layout are simply gorgeous!

DSU290 Week 3 A Shabby Wedding - Digital Scrapbook Place Gallery

Kit: Vintage Memories by Scraps N' Pieces Template by AmyDane Designs

Message - My Photo Gallery

Memories In Time - Digital Scrapbooking - Family History. The diagonal line of photos draws you through this layout by sandygb. Products: Whispered Nothings Value Collection by Lauren Bavin

Grandfather - Digital Scrapbook Place Gallery

Vintage Tag Tutorial - Part 1

Heritage Photo Tag Tutorial ~ Part 2

LARGE 1950's Sewing Pattern lamp shade. Upcycled Repurposed Vintage Industrial Chic. $130.00, via Etsy.

Elegant heritage digi page with great layering and beautiful clusters created with Laitha Designs' Never Forget Kit and Add-On Bundle.

Family Heritage

"Photographs lie at the intersection of history, genealogy, family history and even archaeology." Photo Detective Maureen A. Taylor investigates the identity of this woman, who may be the widow of a "Black Governor" of Connecticut.

Having a hard time telling the boys from the girls in your vintage photos? Children of both genders wore dresses, long hair, ribbons and curls in the 1800s and early 1900s. If the child has a "BOW" at the neck of any size, it's likely to be a boy!...These photos are all of boys.

Can you spot the clue to the name of one of the men in this old family photo? A photo mystery from Family Tree Magazine's Photo Detective.

Family Tree Magazine's Photo Detective looks for clues to which three of five sisters are in this 1850s-era photograph.

Our Photo Detective points out clues in this mystery woman's clothing and hat to help date the photo and identify who she is.

Photo Detective: Grandmother Mix-up - Family Tree Magazine