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Scrapbooking, Hoppy Egg Hunt

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Hooray it's Monday!  I've got a really bright layout to share today. I've been wanting to do a big string art inspired title for a while, and it finally worked out on this layout.  The title was fun to do, but it takes forever.  Well, it took a few hours as I watched some anime and I know that slowed me down a bit. 
 
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This page was made for make it Monday over at the Memory Nest using this sketch.  I was fairly faithful to the sketch again.  Not too many tangents.
 
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I have done some cross stitching way back when so I think that's why I like to stitch on my layout.
 
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I added some cute stamps.  I really wanted to add another stamped egg, but couldn't find a good spot for it to "hide."
 
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I used my own enamel dots again!
 
I've got a process video coming for this layout.  Hopefully, I'll have it up by Monday evening (west coast time).

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  1. Hi Saskia! LOVE this Layout!! The stitching/string art is just AWESOME! So perfect for this layout! Love your little hidden stamped egg, and all of your super cool embellies too!

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  2. WOW! That's a title! And such a little cutie in the photos, love your page.

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  3. What an amazing page!!!! I absolutely love the string art title.

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