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Task 16 Jumpstart January

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I have a brother who was born the year after I was married. (Same parents). He is only 2 years older than my oldest daughter. When he was in kindergarten, my mother was a home room mother for his class. At Christmas the home room mothers dressed as elves. She called herself a Granny Elf. I made the background paper for task #14 and picked this picture of her for task #15. Supplies in EXIF. (She never was much bigger than an elf!!)


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Oh Karen I just LOVE this page. Wonderful photo and extraction and I really enjoyed your interesting journaling. You did a great job on your paper and I really like the embellishments you used - especially those elf legs, I've been wondering what to do with them in that collection. I like the red lacey circle too and how creatively you put your pretty background together. This is such a special and cheerful page.

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Oh LOVE!! Granny elf...I love this story! I really like the circles you used throughout the layout. The elf leg embellishment is just perfect. Such a well planned layout. And wow-a 6 year old AND grandkids??!!

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What a cute layout and memory to capture! I love everything you did! The photo extraction was great and I love that round mat of Durins! Great job on your bg paper too!

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This is brilliant, it is such a fun page and gives the impression of fun granny; I certainly can't imagine either of my grandmothers dressing up as an elf! The extraction is brilliant and really higlights the costume.

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I missed this one when it was first in the gallery, so I'm glad it was featured in the NL and I could see it. It's fabulous! I especially like the wonderful extraction of your Mom, and I love the way your title goes around the circle! So cool.

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