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Scrapbooking Spring


I finally got around to printing a few recent photos of Moose.  It is nice to take a brake from all the baby photos.  I had so much fun making this page with all its little details and bright colors.  I normally struggle with titles for my pages, but not this time and I just love how it came out.  I also found a great spot for a little wooden owl whose colors went perfectly.


I tried to not go over board with the embellishments. I loved the color in the key and the heart sticker above it is super fun with its shakable silver confetti.


I made a little orange calender to make note of the date.  I see myself making lots of little calenders in the future for my pages.


I just think wrapping a cut out with some thread added some interest to what was a boring purple paper flower.

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  1. It's such a lovely colourful page.

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  2. Hi, just found your blog via Jennifer's Soiree Link Up ... your layout is gorgeous - so bright! Sarah x

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  3. Wow, this page is lovely and bright, so many colours but they all work so well together! I love the thread around the flower, and the little owl is just darling!

    Thanks for joining in with my Soiree! x

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  4. The details here are just too cute!

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