au·then·tic/ɔˈθɛntɪk/ Show Spelled[aw-then-tik] adjective
1. not false or copied; genuine; real: an authentic antique.
2. having the origin supported by unquestionable evidence; authenticated; verified
Origin: 1300–50; < Late Latin authenticus < Greek authentikós original, primary, at first hand, equivalent to authént ( ēs ) one who does things himself ( aut- aut- + -hentēs doer) + -ikos -ic; replacing Middle English autentik (< Anglo-French ) < Medieval Latin autenticus
These are some favorite photos
of my DD, and yes, her hair is indeed the same
indigo blue as the paper. Ah, it is good
to be a scrapbooker...
Love this Authentique paper line.
And its name origin aptly describes my dear daughter
without a title
with a title
a personal note tucked inside this little envelope
I hand made all the flowers
and the 6x6 paper pad was the perfect
size to make this little envelope
Inside is a little book...sorry, private entry
Mist your paper flowers after you cut them
out so you can manipulate them easily
To see more about the supplies I used
for this project, visit
Showcase Monday at