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Project Life October pg 1


Jane in N.Z
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What a fun layout. I love the curve to the photos and title. Looks like Lucy had a wonderful time planting and picking.

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What a sweet page with adorable photos and so nice to see you, too!   Max and Lucy look like they had a wonderful time and your photos are awesome.   I like the spring background you used and your cluster and title is really pretty.   

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I look forward to your pages mostly to see what Lucy and Max are doing. This looks like a fun month! I love the photos (nice to see you, too) and your very pretty title and cluster. 

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This looks like so much fun - Always nice to have help with the planting especially when they have their own tools to use.  I like the springy colors and flower embellishments. Oh how I wish we were looking at spring in October.

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The angle of the garden really adds interest to the page (photo in bottom right corner).  I love the way you did your title clustering. 

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It looks like you were very busy and did a lot of very fun activities. I like the way you added all the patterned brushes and the paints in the background. 

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This page is just as fun as the activities. I love the curved outline of the top row, and how the diagonal timber in picture #10 creates triangles. I still have to shake myself when I see October and spring together. 

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A wonderful page filled with memories to cherish for years to come. I too like the curved outline and the placement of your photos. The use of color in your brushes, embellishments and text make a beautiful cohesive page that made me smile. One question...who needed a nap after all this activity?

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Gorgeous photos and lovely journaling. I love the one of Lucy planting her own garden. Great template. I remember when we were little, we had to shell the peas. No frozen peas in those days. We had to whistle while we worked so my grandmother knew we didn't eat more than what was going in the pot. 

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