Digital photo album
Last updated 2 years ago
Becky Higgins LLC
Family history tip! So excited to see that Linda created this whole #ProjectLife mini album using cards from the Heritage Edition. She has so many more pictures and things, but instead of putting off doing something with the photos, she decided to put together a "bite size" version of their heritage. Notice that at the bottom, those are scans of the backs of those photos. Totally cool to see those prints included. #BeckyHigginsNorway #hobbykunst #familyhistory
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