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Scrapbooking, Got Bread?

 
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I just love this photo of my daughter and I have been letting it sit on my desk for way to long.  It shows the best part of being two and that's the mischief!  I decided to use the Paper Girls' Confetti Challenge to jump start scraping this photo.  It also helps that I've been on a confetti shaker obsession lately.
I used up this film strip from basic gray to make my confetti shaker.  I always wanted to use the strip to hold photos, but I realized that it just was never going to happen because I never have photos that small to use or crop down to that size.
I only had one photo of this moment and I knew that journaling was going to be important to capture what happened, so I had to make sure I had lots of room to journal.  I usually have the hardest time with journaling because I usually don't know what to stay, but I'm trying to get better at this.
 
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I also tried to use gold on my layout.  I normally stay away from gold as I prefer silver tones, but I just had to use up some gold embellishments that I have been leaving around.  I also tried to use up some echo park paper and stickers from here & now.  I love that line so much that I didn't want to use it up. lol!
 

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  1. Beautiful layout, adorable picture!

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  2. Just so darn cute, the photo is adorable and it makes me wish my girls were little again! xx

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