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Carol sent me some lovely photos of a fascinating building, the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory of the NY Botanical Gardens. I love it's Victorian-era look. It was a delight to be able to use her photos for this layout, and I hope I did them justice. The journaling is Carol's (lorac's). And, Carol, I hope you notice that there's a butterfly on the page! :) TFL!


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I have been here and that building is truly stunning! I especially love the photo with the Cherry Blossoms. Beautiful photos and the layout compliments the elegance and experience perfectly. I love the branch you've placed at the upper left and the little birdies peeking in. So lovely!

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Gorgeous job! I love the photos you got to scrap. The window pane frame is adorable! Thanks for joining the swap this month!

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Your layout is beautiful. Her bontanical garden buildings are similar to ours.Tthat is great having all of the seasons framed.

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Diane this is gorgeous. One of your pages is just lovelier than the other. I really like how you arranged the photos and framed them like a windowpane. Your background is so soft and pretty and your embellishment clusters add so much to the page. Super work.

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Diane you did a super fabulous job with these photos. I love the background and that cute little birdies in the branch. The flower clusters are very pretty. And, yes I did notice the butterfly on the page. I like how you framed the photos using a window pane. Thank you so much for this gorgeous layout. Off to check out the other pages.

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What a great photographic journal of the seasons. The soft colours, window pane frames and the brick wall background remind me so much of the details you find in old buildings. The chipped and shabby paint in corners and edeges and the layer of the dust of history overlaying it all. Beautiful.

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