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Scrapbooking, Boots

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I have been wanting to scrapbook my daughter's butterfly boots from the moment I gave them to her.  She would have worn these to bed if I let her!  She never wanted to wear anything else on her feet and totally worn them out and I ended up getting her a second pair, which also wore out before she could outgrow them.
 
I made this layout for The Memory Nest's monochromatic challenge.  Since my daughter's boots are mostly pink, I picked pink for the challenge.  I actually really don't like the color pink, but I somehow have an awful lot of pink papers and embellishments to work with.  I had a lot of fun stamping away on the background and sewing the feather.  I also added some cute wood butterflies.

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  1. Very pretty in pink layout. My son has a pair of Lighting McQueen boots and he loves them too. My husbands family likes to giggle because he wears them in the middle of summer. Glad to see my little one isn't the only one. :)

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  2. I'm going to "steal" your idea with that sewed feather - it's so beautiful little detail and gives nice texture to your layout!

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