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Scrapbooking Spring has Sprong

Flowers

It seems like it has been forever since I've scrapbooked.  It has been hard to find the energy and that is mostly because there is a little being growing in my belly.  That's right, Moose is having a little brother come July!
 
So I had a little bit of energy and came across a new scrapbooking challenge blog and decided to give it a go.  They had a layout challenge and I'm looking for new layouts to try.  Of course, I wandered a little bit away from the layout, but mostly because I only had two photos instead of the three the layout called for.
 
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I have had the daffodil stickers for years and was glad I could finally get to use them.  I also cut out some felt letters and used them for my title along with some stickers.  The best part was I was able to make this page fairly quickly, as in one day.  Usually it takes a few days, but Moose took a rare long nap today, so I was actually able to get it all done.

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  1. Your layout is so cute!! I love how you changed up the sketch for 2 photos instead of 3!

    Thanks for linking up your layout! -Katie
    www.paperloversstudio.blogspot.com

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  2. Isn't it fun to just get the glue back out :-)One minute they are in our belly and the next it's their 21st birthday party. Those daffodils are so cute and perfect for the pictures. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I love the wonderful "spring" colors you used on this layout. I'm glad you were inspired by our sketch and thanks for linking up to Paper Lovers Studio!

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