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Scrapbooking, Sew Fun and Mini Sew Fun

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I made this page for the doodle challenge at the paper girls.  It was a great challenge because I love to add doodles to many of my pages.  I made a few big doodles around the pictures, but you have to look closely for all of my little doodles.  I also really enjoyed the fact that I got to scrapbook a page of Moose getting her craft on.

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My favorite part of the entire page is my journal card.  I took one of my floss holders and made a really big one!  It came out so cute!

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I had a few left over photos so I let Moose make her very own scrapbook page.  This is actually the second page she has ever made.  I just love all the glue she used on the page to put down a few paper stars.  It was a very messy project, but it was so worth it.

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  1. love the graph paper! Great doodling, thanks for linking up with the Paper Girls!

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  2. GREAT layout! I love the dooling. So perfect. And I am rally loving graph paper right now too! Thanks for playing along with The Paper Girls!

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  3. Your doodling is so fabulous! I also love that you are scrapbooking with your daughter! I can't wait to do that with mine! Thanks for joining us at the Paper Girls!

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  4. So cute! Those are perfect little doodles on your page! Thanks for playing along with the Paper Girls.

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