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Customer Challenge 1-18-13

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Here's my layout for today's Customer Challenge. The photos are of a historic mansion and museum that's located fairly close to where we live. It's only open to the public during the 4th of July and Christmas. We happened to run across it a few years ago, when we went to watch the 4th of July fireworks in that town, and we've toured it twice. I particularly enjoyed seeing the interesting architecture, decor and antiques throughout the house.

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ScrapSimple Digital Layout Album Templates: 12x12 Album Series 10

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Yesterday's Child Collection

ScrapSimple Tools - Styles: Basic Shadows 6501


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I love this kind of museum, so interesting to see the way people lived. I love your dancing ladies, such a cute embellishment for the historic house. And you know, your siggie on the bottom is a cute touch - the font is a great choice & I love how you've blended it into the paper.

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This is wonderful Theresa and looks like such a cool place to visit. Your photos are wonderful (lucky you could take them - most places won't let you much to my distress) and I love how you blended the larger and framed the others in the template. I also really like the background you used which looks just like peeling plaster in these old houses. Your embellishment ladies are just perfect and so is your title. Super page.

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Oh I love seeing the decor and the exquisitely crafted furniture they had back then... and how special that it is only open twice a year! You were lucky! Love the multi photos and how neatly they all work together... Great colours too :-)

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That's such a lovely old building Theresa. I love the two 'ladies' in your layout. Great template.

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I love your photos, Theresa! It's great to see the details of life at that time. How nice that you were able to get there, since it's only open a couple of times a year. I love your background, too. It reminds me of the plaster that was probably used in construction. Perfect - and sweet - embellies, too!

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What a great job in creating a page that so sweetly displays the treasures inside and expresses the charm and age of the museum in your background and period era ladies dancing. Very,very sweet!

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