in memory

I've started this blog because I know how hard it is to scrap LOs
about lost loved ones; they're hard to do and they're hard to show people.

There isn't a lot of inspiration in the scrapping world when it comes to grief and loss.
I hope other scrappers will come here and find inspiration, or leave it for others.

PLEASE BE WARNED that some pictures or posts on this blog may be upsetting or confrontational.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010


What to do with ultrasound photos? Well, firstly, be VERY careful. I have heard that some scanners can destroy them, so I used my originals. I also included the report, and my antenatal cards (I've blurred out my doctors' name etc)
Some time after he was gone, I realised that sometimes it felt like he'd been a dream. My focus on this page was partly to show that he HAD been here, alive, a real person, even if it was only for a short time.
Hence the title (Proof of Life) and the red circle I drew round the word LIVE in the ultrasound report.


  1. Great comprehensive ultrasound report......I got one picture!

  2. I don't think i got an ultra sound report. I have an xray at 38-39 weeks.

  3. What a lovely idea. I know How hard it is to scrap someone passed. I lost my 19yr old sis to suicide a few years ago and its left its mark. Scrapbooking has been recovery and while Ive found it almost unbearable to do pages of her I have made myself so I can record everything little about her before it fades as much has already done so from my mind. Right down to repetative words she would used and her long fingers that I was always jealous off. I hope you have all been able to find some comfort sharing your precious memories, It keeps them real in ours and others hearts and minds. Our speacial little people. If your interested I have a scrapbooking pack giveaway on my blog if anyone needs a hand with supplies to get started. :-)