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Scrapbooking, Wonderful

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It's another Monday and that means another challenge is going on at the Memory Nest.  It's a color challenge with a twist of triangles!
Anyways, don't be fooled by this page, my son is currently driving me CRAZY!  He doesn't want to go to sleep tonight.  I'm thinking that he is more wonderful than I ever dreamed because I never get a chance to dream!  Ha!  But really, the poor little guy is teething and I just feel bad for him because their is not really anything I can do to help him.
Well, I decided to give those gelatos one more go. This time I used them to color the frame (from Create Paper's The Pie)r a lovely shade of orange.  I'm actually happy with how well they covered the frame. 
Originally, I had planed to do a paper patchwork of triangles, but my photos ended up competing too much, so I opted for the triangle journaling card instead.  I also added some wooden trianglse on my page.  They actually are arrows that I just sniped the long part off of.

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My favorite part of the page is the shaker box.  I'm just digging the colors in it.  Of course, the glasses are a bit random, but I just loved how they looked.  I thought the glasses were too adorable to not put in.
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  1. Wow another amazing layout!! I love that shaker box, wood veneer and frames.

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  2. Saskia - I LOVE the whole layout. Your pages keep getting better. The colors and the way you placed the pictures make this page so fun. Hope the teething gets better soon! Poor little guy!!

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