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Friday 30thNov - Scraplift - What a Joy!


Friday 30thNov - Scraplift - What a Joy!

This is for the Friday Customer challenge and is a scraplift of Carol's lovely page : One Room School House

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    Oh Anne-Marie this is so lovely, I went all mushy when I saw it.
    Anne-Marie this is beautiful. I love your interpretation of my page. Isn't it amazing how the same page gets two different looks to it. I love your photos and the background papers are so pretty. Your grandchildren are beautiful. I love the look on Imogen's face. She looks so happy to be carried by you and so very content. Babies are the most wonderful thing on this earth. I love to look at their little noses, so cute.
    So sweet and sentimental. I too loved carrying my little guys in a sling. Dylan always wanted to face front and smile at everyone. Could barely get through a store without speaking with everyone. Your layout is lovely and love the looks on their faces. So lovely. Beautifully done.
    Sweet page - and precious photos. I love the soft colors and the way you used lorac's lovely design. Beautifully done!
    How sweet. Wonderful memories and the journaling & photos to describe them. This is a lovely design, I may lift it myself. I especially like the curve of the larger paper. Wonderful colors, too.
    Wonderful subject to scrap A-M!! Aidan loved being in his pouch and spent the majority of his life from 2-6 months in it!! Callan was too big to fit, even as
    a newborn :-( your photos are adorable and you are so right, that dreamy gaze speaks volumes... You are a lucky grandma!! Your colours are gorgeous and the polka dots add such fun to the page, terrific lift!!!
    Such a lovely page Anne Marie. Your photos are precious and your journaling so sweet. Really touching page.
    What a special page! I like all the different photos and stories of you carrying your grandkids. The journal works wonderfully for your title and general introduction. Lovely!
    Such a sweet page! Love all the pink pattern mixed with the polka dots and your photos of Jasmine, Imogen and Kirra are adorable! And all their names are so beautiful and unique:)