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Scrapbooking, Snow Bunny

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Hey everybody!  I'm excited to share my latest layout for the Memory Nest's Make it Monday.  I actually did something extra crazy this week, I made my first ever process video.  I hope you enjoy my babbles for 20 minutes of scrapy fun! lol.  I've been thinking about doing a video for a while, but it is a bit weird to hear yourself talk.  I definitely sound like I'm 12.  It shouldn't be weird because I used to make videos in college all the time.  A few close friends of mine will remember "Saskia's Corner."  It was an interesting little show where I interviewed people who lived in my dorm every episode.  Oh is was so goofy!
 
 
Hopefully if all goes well I might make some more.  Lets see if I can actually get somebody to watch it.  Maybe if I'm lucky I might even get a few people to watch it!

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So here is the layout my page is based off of.  I actually stayed fairly true to the sketch.  So rare for me!  I tend to drift far from them.  My pages do like to take me on journeys!

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Incase you aren't into videos, here are some detailed shots.  I did add that little like mini flair after the fact.  I found it on my floor and couldn't help but add it on!

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  1. I love how you've interpreted the sketch. That stitched triangle is fab and so are your colours - love purple and it so suits snowy photos.

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  2. LOVE your take on the sketch and your use of purple! So pretty and fun!! Thank you and sorry I am just now stopping by!!

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