SGWT Paris

Ngaire
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I've really struggled with what to do with this particular challenge but here we are with an attempt at it.

This was a trip we did to Japan and we visited this very unusual building, very interesting. Was loads and loads of glass.

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VRA Batik

EBA Tribal

ABR Effortless

Font Bradley hand


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May not have made much sense and flowers were missing but it sure is an interesting and pretty building and your photos are great, Ngaire!  I really like how you arranged them around the page so they, themselves look like they are floating and your journaling looks really great around the shape.   I especially like your title and background which really shows the photos off very well.   

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This does look to be a unique building ... and look at all that glass! I like the clean design of this page, Ngaire! Great job!!

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This sure looks like a fascinating building and you got some great photos of it, Ngaire. I enjoyed your journaling, too. I like the design strip you added to the background.

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Such unusual design and so amazing! Love your LO--it's simplicity accentuates these gorgeous photos. Nice touch with the bottom border and dark blue border around your LO. Pretty page.

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All that glass would make me nervous of any storm coming, lol! What a beautiful LO and I love the way you arranged the photos.

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What an interesting building! I like how you kept the elements monochromatic in the color of the glass and metal. Interesting use of just the outline/stroke of the Dynamic Brush Set: Tribal for your border at the bottom. Thanks for using those in such a great layout!

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This is very nice - interesting to read about the building and it certainly is a an amazing bit of architecture. The monochrome blue goes well with all the steel and glass.

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