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Thursday Challenge - Summer Farewell


Thursday Challenge - Summer Farewell

I've been meaning to scrap this photo for a while, Lauren took it when we took them to the seaside for one last time before school started. It wasn't a very warm day, that's why there is nothing but bare sand behind Kiahna.

Supplies used
ScrapSimple Tools - Styles: Basic Shadows 6501, designed by Sarah Batdorf,
Coastal Paper Biggie, designed by Brandy Murry,
You Are Collection Biggie, designed by Angie Briggs,
ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Blendability, designed by Syndee Nuckles,
Dynamic Brush Set: Crosshatch 1 Biggie, designed by Durin Eberhart,



    She looks like she's having a great time! I love the photo treatments and the blending. Gorgeous! Great color choices, too - slightly more fall than summer, yet still light enough to look like vacation. Another of your beautiful pages!
    Lovely page! The photo is wonderful and I love the embellishment cluster. Wonderful blending and I love the soft colors. Great title too. Thanks for taking part in the challenge!
    Beautiful blend. I love that photo and your title is perfect.
    Sweet little cluster too.
    Oh, I love the photo editing you've done here! Gorgeous clustering, too!
    What a darling photo that is. She is just too adorable. Love how you blended it into the background and used such soft colors depicting the end of summer. Love the flower cluster and title for your page.
    Valerie I love this, the soft faded look to the page, the neutral colors and Kiahna is so adorable. Pretty embellishment clusters too!
    Really pretty Valerie, and gee she looks like you!!! Love the contemplation on her face and the pretty colours you scrapped her with, as well as keeping the background neutral.
    Oh how sweet - I knew that was Kiahna on the MB. Love the soft, "sandy" colors you used and your blending is wonderful. As always- gorgeous embellishment cluster.
    Beautiful clustering Valerie! Darling photo that is perfect for the challenge. :)
    I love how you blended the photo into the paper. Pretty cluster and a really beautiful layout.