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Scrapbooking, Stay This Little

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Just wanted to share the page I made for The Memory Nest.  I'm so glad to still be on the design team for the Fall. 
 
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 I felt like the color pallet on this challenge was very retro with all the brown, orange, and yellow.  It reminds me of the curtain hanging in my parents dinning room.  Anyways, I thought this color pallet would work well with these pictures of my daughter in her bright yellow shirt. 
 
The twist to the challenge was to use one of the sayings for your tittle.  I decided to use the "I know you won't."  I just added on to it to make it more relevant to my page. 

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I had to keep the page simple, as I rather sleep than scrapbook right now.  Oh, I just hope the little guy will start to sleep more then just two hours in a row soon.  The lack of sleep is really starting to get to me.  The most complicated thing I did was cut out the hexagons (Hey, that is Moose's favorite shape!).  I also used one of my pier frames that I just got.  I have been trying to get them for what seems like forever!  Every place I tried to get them kept selling out on me, but I finally got my hands on them hahaha!

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  1. Absolutely gorgeous page!
    I love how you used the colors!
    Congrats for the DT - I'll see you there ;)

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  2. Great layout!! I love your take on the challenge.

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