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Friday Challenge 13/5 Stopping by Woods....

There ended up being far more colour in this page than I intended!

 

I love this poem by Robert Frost and learned it by heart as a school child.

 

All supplies from Brandy Murry's White Christmas and Jingleberry collections

 

C C gratefully accepted.

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Beautiful layout.. I love your blended background and the poem fits with your photos so well.

I also really like the star hanging from the branch!

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OOOH! I love this! Just the right amount of color that creates a striking layout! Ah, I haven't read that poem in so many years ... beautiful! TFS!

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Beautiful layout! Not too much color at all; the layout still has a frosty white look. I love the background blending and the branch; they are such a perfect setting for the beautiful poem.

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Should have told me you needed a snowy woods in New England photo - lol. I love Robert Frost & this is a beautiful illustration. I like the one pine branch & the soft framing.

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Lovely! Great way to illustrate the poem, which obviously holds a lot of meaning & memory for you :) I think you have just the right balance of white and color on this page. Thanks for joining the challenge!

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Beautiful!! Love the poem, love the image, LOVE your page. Jumped out at me from the thumbnail images:)

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This is lovely. I enjoyed reading the poem and you have put together a lovely page.

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The photo, poem and the collections you used certainly made a beautiful layout. Love that branch at the top.

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What a gorgeous layout! THis is one of my favorite poems, and you have illustrated it beautifully. Just magic!

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