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Scrapbooking, Little Dutch Girl


Happy Monday!  Here is my layout for the memory nest using the pictures from my previous post about the outfit I made for my daughter's community cultural festival.  I'm still rather impressed with myself with how fast I made that outfit.

 This is a fun little layout.  I picked out this striped paper because I wanted it to kind of look like the striped skirt.  The black frame I made using an old chipboard frame and a little bit of paint and punching out some dots.  The orange buildings should look like the row houses in Amerstdam. 

Here are a few photos from when I was a kid, so you can see it is a real thing.

My sister and I.  I look like a doll.

I am about 4 or 5 here.

 Now I'm about 8. 





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  1. How fabulous are those photos of you as a child - they need to be scrapped with your story too! Loving the stripy paper and frame and the row of houses is a neat idea.

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  2. That BG paper is perfect; I also love the row of buildings! And great job on the costume!

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  3. WOW!! Love the papers and your design with those fabulous pictures!! You go making that outfit. And love the pics of you!!

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