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Monday, 24 September 2012

Sunflowers

I have told you I am now into scrapbooking, still can't get over that I am, after all I said about it LOL.
I had taken some photos of our "miniature" sunflower and as a trial for a different layout I went ahead with the flower.  I used Audrey Jean Roberts Sunny Days for the background, tools, flowers, and frames and various designers for the buttons and other elements.  Hope you like it.



I am going to enter this in the Addicted to Stamps Scrapbook challenge #4
http://addictedtostamps-challenge.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/addicted-to-stamps-scrapbook-challenge-4_9946.html

9 comments:

  1. I love it to bits Faith! I've been trying to find time to do a little scrapping (!) too. Have you seen the scrapbook challenge at Addicted to Stamps - the theme is autumn this month. Thought you might like it! Vicky x

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  2. This is lovely, Faith! Pretty background, not too busy, beautiful flowers...

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  3. This is a beautiful layout Faith. Love everyyhing about it. Thanks so much for joining us at ATS for our scrapbook challenge.

    Karen x

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  4. I love it! What a terrific layout and the pics are awesome! Thanks so much for playing along at ATS xx

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  5. Hi Faith i have yet to try my hand at scrapbooking am a bit scared to be honest and i dont know why ! I simply adore this gorgeous layout and the photos are amazing , what a wonderful present you where left with by that bird and in return you have shared it with us at ATS thank you so much , you have filled my afternoon with sunshine.

    Marie

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  6. Beautiful layout and photos - thanks for joining in our scrapbook challenge here at ATS - Jacqueline xx

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  7. Love this Faith--bet your sunflower is still growing

    Love Chrissie xx

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  8. Beautiful photos. Love the layout. Thank you for joining the ATS&M Scrapbook Challenge.
    Regards Florence x

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