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Just Beachy

Alex at the beach last year. He has grown so much since then!

 

Paper: Amy Sumrall - Wubulous, Children's Day

 

Mat: Amy Sumrall - Rawr

 

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Amy Sumrall - Rawr

 

Frame: Amy Sumrall - Wubulous

Megan Turnidge - Every Day

 

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Amy Sumrall - Berry Sweet

 

Staple: Amy Sumrall - Desmond and MOlly

 

Sun: Amy Sumrall - Desmond and MOlly

 

Arrow: Megan Turnidge - Every Day

 

Ribbon: Amanda Heimann - Coconut Tree

 

font:

Hey Gorgeous

Bosshole

Courtney Dorkling

 

Melissa Renfro Magnetic Poetry

Melissa Renfro EdgeIt

Erica Hite Scrap Simple Tools Emboss

Erica Hite Dynamic Brushes Doodle Borders

Durin Eberhart Dynamic Brushes Sponge Painting


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This is so cute Christina. The picture frame is reminiscent of waves so it goes perfect with the beachy theme. Love the orange color and the pictures are wonderful. Great reason for scrapping.. watching them grow. Love it.

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Christina this is adorable. Your little guy is so cute. They do have to grow up, huh? Wish they could stay little. Love your bright orange bg behind the blue background and your selective coloring is great.

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Isn't this just too, too cute! I love the bright summer colors and the pencil sketch frame. And, of course, the photos are wonderful.

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Christina - I love your layout - now I have to go look up Wubulous and buy it - it is a cute collection - you did a great job on your layout. TFS with us.

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Christina. . .WTG this is such a FUN layout. . .Love the BRIGHT colors . . .And what a handsome "little man" Keep up the good work. . .

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I love the way you used the doodling black lines to unify your LO. Great interest created with framing on photo and just using the arrow for the second. Neat "date art."

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