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To mat the pictures and the caption, I used green cardstock.For the caption, I typed Cookies, Christmas 2004 vertically on a page in a large font that I liked and printed it off the computer. I matted this narrow piece with green cardstock and glued it to the left hand side of the background page.For the pictures and the recipe, I used a full 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of green card stock for the matting. I printed out the recipe and placed it at the bottom of the card stock (with a picture of the finished cookies at the right hand bottom corner of the recipe), and I arranged the other photos at the top of the card stock with two die cuts I created from our cookie cutters.
See their faces and I think: want them to have all of this, too. Then she sees her country elect Donald Trump as its next president and despairs. Want to give him an opportunity but I am so worried! solace, Bates plans to spend Christmas 2016 as she has for years: Alone in her Los Angeles house with her dogs, watching the year movies on Academy screeners.
After her husband’s untimely death in 1960, Violet continued to operate the family business Clark’s Motel in Duberger, Quebec. In 1962, she moved to Oshawa, Ontario, to take the position of Assistant Dean of Women at Kingsway College. She returned to Quebec City for a few years before moving permanently to Ontario, living in Lindsay until the age of 84.