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County Hall

ValerieT
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This is the first of my Step-Fathers work photos. The photo of the building I got from the internet, I placed the photo and cluster to hide the London Eye, which I didn't think would fit the page. County Hall was where Ken's office was located, it is now a hotel.

 

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Shabby Blanc Collection Biggie, designed by Brandy Murry,

Shabby Bakery Collection Biggie, designed by Brandy Murry,

ScrapSimple Embellishment Templates: Ribbon Curls Biggie, designed by Brandy Murry,


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Such a stylish building (compared with Boris Towers or whatever they call the new london administrative HQ) Love the muted colours for this LO Valerie - I can see you'll be kept busy for a long while scrapping your new-found stash!

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Way to go Valerie! I love the personal touch with Ken's photo and an overview pic, and yes, sadly i don't think the London Eye would fit circa 1955! Thrilled to see you use Shabby Blanc, it suits the muted photo so beautifully, the square lines here reinforce the photos too - so fabulous!

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Valerie, it's beautifully done! I love how you've taped your photo of Ken in the inset pic - looks perfect there with the perfect little embellie! Gorgeous layout!

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I would have sworn the photo you used was contemporary - you did a fabulous job aging it! This is stunning, Valerie! You're going to have an amazing album! Way to go!

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Wow, you have a lot going on here. The cutouts from the title to show the paper print below (which has been beautifully blended at the top), the clustering underneath the photo, the ribbon used as a divider and the merging of a photo off the internet to complete the story. So very well done!

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Great page Valerie. I particularly like the background and the wonderful blending. I love the embellishment cluster too. Nicely done!

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