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Scrapbooking, Frosting

Frosting
 
There is no lack of color on this page!  It's bright and colorful just like my daughter.  This page started when I saw this color challenge on paper lovers studio.  The rainbow colors immediately made me think of this paper and I knew I just had to use it.  I also used this sketch from scrap you story.
 
I was able to use up a few random things that I have had.  My favorite is the little cake stamp that I have been holding on to for a long time.  It came from a birthday card somebody mailed to me a while back.  Actually, I looked up the price of stamps and last time it cost 44 cents was back in 2009.

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  1. this ROCKS!! I love all of the bright colors! And the frames! thanks for playing with us at SYS!

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  2. LOVE this! The colors are so fun without being overwhelming, the pictures are darling, and I especially love that orange ribbon. Yummy yummy.

    Plus way cool that you saved a stamp from a card and then were able to use it on this page. Thanks for playing along at Scrap Your Story.

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  3. Oh, how cute is this?!?!? LOVE those papers and embellies!!! GREAT JOB with the sketch!!!
    Thanks for joining us at SYS!!

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  4. Oh my, love the bright colors!
    I really love your blog, it's so fresh.
    I joined as a follower too :)

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