12×12 layouts using 6×6 paper

Anaheim picnic

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on June 22, 2014

My mom grew up in California, and her family continued to live there when she moved east for college (and then marriage and the rest of her life!). In the summer of 1968, when I would have been about 20 months and Phil 6 months, Mom took us to visit her family. In addition to […]


The measure of a man

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on June 15, 2014

I created this layout about my dad back in May because I wanted to submit it to a sketch contest. But I decided that I would wait to share it here on Father’s Day because it’s meant to symbolize what a great man I think my father was. My dad taught me by example what […]


Bobcat mom squared

by Janice Daquila-Pardo on May 18, 2014

Going to Ohio University at the same time as Phil was perfect for me, but it made things awfully nice for Mom and Dad, too. They knew we were there for each other, and they could visit us at the same time. Here Mom is attending her first of four OU Mom’s Weekends in May […]



by Janice Daquila-Pardo on April 30, 2014

This photo of me in our driveway is from March 1969. I don’t really know that there’s anything special to say about it; it’s just me in a cute little skirt and sweater with a barrette in my hair. And get a look at that car! Does anyone know what make/model it is? Product/technique notes […]



by Janice Daquila-Pardo on March 16, 2014

This is just a photo of me at around two years old, in my pajamas, grinning for the camera. I don’t mind saying I was pretty cute! Product/technique notes I used the March week 2 sketch at Let’s Get Sketchy when creating this page. The papers are a mix of older American Crafts for the […]