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I had these cute summer photos of Moose that I had been waiting to scrapbook.  I just love all the bright colored paper and embellishments.  Well, I found this neat scrapbooking Tic-Tac-Toe challenge on SWAT.  I went for the diagonal and stamped on it, used ribbon, and used 3 different manufacturers (Papers from the take note from doodle bug, playground from echo park, and Sketchbook Bailey's Brush from Amy Tangerine).  Of course I needed a sketch to help bring it all together so I found one over at Scrap Friends.  The only thing was that it was a one photo layout.  So, I turned it into a little mini book to get all the photos I wanted on it.

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The photo of my daughter looking at her bellybutton inspired the title and all the rest of the b words.
 

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I used lots of different embellishment that I had and a bunch that I made.  The yellow heart was actually my first attempt at a shaker box that didn't come out too well, but hidden behind a bunch of other embellishments it looks a whole lot less weird then it first did.

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  1. I love how bright and fun this layout is! The flip up mini-book is such a great idea, too. Thank you so much for participating in our SWAT challenge!

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  2. love the colors and the misting!!! Thanks for linking up with Swat.

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  3. CLever, clever, clever idea with the little booklet...& those colours are just totally YUM...I LOOOVE brights! They work so well with our Scrap Friends sketch, too. Love your work:):) Thanks for joining us at SF!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. LOVE your mini!! Such a clever way of incorporating extra pictures onto a layout!! Thanks for joining in on the fun at SWAT!

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  5. This is SO SWEET and DARLING- I love it!!!! Thanks for playing along with SWAT!

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  6. Love-Love-Love its so bright and beautiful! Thank you so much for playing along with us at S.W.A.T!

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  7. Darling layout! I love it! The colors are so bright and cheery! Thank you for joining us at S.W.A.T.!

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  8. What an adorable layout. Found you on the SWAT page link up. I am your new follower via GFC. Love connecting with other scrappers. Stop by and say hi and follow if you want.
    Leslie
    www.thememorynest.blogspot.com

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  9. WOW Love it . This page is so colorful and sweet little girl!!!

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  10. this is such a fun page ! love the bright colours! thanks for playing along with us!!

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  11. Love love these bright vibrant colors. Thanks for playing along with us at SWAT!

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