Tuesday, September 5, 2017

On a Mission - featuring Crate Paper :)

Hi everyone! :)

Back in March, I was determined to use of some of my collections I have 'collected' over the years! LOL!!! So in one weekend at the end of August, I grabbed the Crate "Confetti" collection, along with some other goodies, including the Pretty Little Studio "Woodland" collection, and started creating!! (this was also I great way to use of some of my piles and piles and piles of photos I have!! LOL!!) 


Over the next couple of days I wanted to share those layouts with you! :)























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9 comments:

  1. Beautiful layouts, I love those paper you used too!

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  2. Oh these all look wonderful.. great photos, cute embellies... precious memories..

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  3. You've been busy! That jute frame on the first page is fabulous!

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  4. Simply gorgeous! I love the use of the rope on the horse layout - such a great idea.

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  5. You are really getting it done~love what you have created:)

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  6. Super FAB pages, Julie! My FAV is the horse LO and the writing on the pony - wild thing!

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  7. Oh my! All so beautiful and so sweet! Love that dr Seuss quote. One of my faves! And I have that woodland paper. You made me buy it in fact. You're the reason I went to the website! Lol! Awesome pages.

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  8. Awwww....such sweet photos...and memories. Beautifully scrapped! You go girl!

    P/s: What? No birdies? Hahaha...*winks*

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