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Thurs challenge April 12 reading

I used Brandy Murray’s From the Desk Of Collection Biggie paper (BookCover) as the bottom layer,

and Amanda’ Vellum Fancy Paper_1 on top of it.

The frames are from Kerry’s AYO Diorama Frames.

I assembled the title using Paula’s Memory Lane Cardboard Alpha.

The clusters are from Kim’s Butterfly Effect club. The one on the journaling page is from her Glitterati Embellishment Mini, and the one at the bottom has embellishments from the Butterfly Effect Collection Biggie and AYO Zoom Butterfly Effect.

The journaling pages are from Paula Wright's Fab 5 (color adjusted).


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Wonderful page, Gayle! I love your great photos and how you framed and arranged them in different sizes and I really like how you placed your journaling on the book!

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Love those 2 backing papers, they remind me of wallpaper behind the bookshelves... I really like your word art and how you included meaningful journalling, my kids are avid readers too :-)

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The photos are priceless! I love your framing, and the way the sizes look like different-sized bookcases. Lovely background, too. Reminds me of some of the beautiful book papers that lined old books. Lovely cluster and ribbons. Great page!

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Great page - I like the color palette you have chosen. I think your photos could have been taken at my house - I've got books stashed everywhere!

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wonderful layout! I too love reading and can really appreciate your sentiments. Great job on artfully combining elements from different designers!

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Great layout. Those book shelves look familiar to me :) I really like your paper choices, the soft vellum and the stitched stripe across the page. Very pretty.

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I wanna come visit your library:) What a wonderful background, and the horizontal cluster at the bottom reminds me of the fancy scrollwork in between sections in some books. I know that has a technical name but can't think of it right now, lol.

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Looks like you have quite a library. This is a nicely done page. Good paper choices.

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