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  1. #41
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    You Girls are really inspiring. Letha I love your family LO's. Makes me wanna do my own. Here is another one I made just a plain one this time but striking to me in a way. Maybe because I love the pic I took on our trip to Canberra on Tuesday.


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    Thank you Deanne, Kaye, and Letha! It is amazing that inspiration can come from the simplest things. I love these challenges because they help us think outside the box when we are scrapping. It brings out our creativity.

    Letha, I am so excited for you!! You have been such an inspiration for finding your relatives. I have started taking the information that I have on my family heritage and entered it into Family Tree Maker 2012; and I am linking it to Ancestry.com hoping that I will have family members searching as well. I think I just may have to create a Facebook page like you have to post my family heritage layouts. I can see how Facebook can successfully help anyone find their family whom they do not know, especially family in other parts of the world.


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    LOve the classic layout for the canberra photo... it so suits the photo... anything tissy would not look so good. very well done. it is stiking!

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    The layout is very striking wendy, fantastic photo too. I just love the way a scrap page can enhance a photo, even perfect shots sit well in a beautiful LO

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    When I took these pics this afternoon I was playing around trying to find just the right kit, I decided to try your beige backgrond Deanne and WOW! I can't believe how the beige made the pic POP!


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    Wow, great layouts so far. Well here is mine. I kept it real simple and just added one color.


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    Letha, It does so suit the photo... and a gorgeous rose bud it is too! I love the beautiful quotes you often use to about our Creator and the beauty of the work of his hands.. truly lovely

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    HI Marion! cool the way your portrait is in that frame being held is --wow!!--- Did you put your face in that frame or is that the way it is, a photo of someone holding your photo?

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    This one was a bit difficult for me - just using two colors, but enjoyed practicing changing colors of embellishments to match - and some were already the same color.



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    Hello PixyGirl, Thanks for joining us and nice to "meet you".. LOvely page it loook like a blue shy and matches your piutree, which is an awesome view! and I love the way your flowery embellishments at the op just evr so slightly hang over the top of the photo

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