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Little Doll posted Jan 29, 2017
by Laura K

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For the 2017 Jan. Book Lover's Challenge (a photo of a child dressed up in a fancy dress).
This is an old photo of my daughter at 3 yrs old. I used a lot of old and new Crate Paper on this layout and some Heidi Swapp here and there. I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the vellum flowers.

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Dear Chipboard Thickers - Cute Girl - Crate Paper
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blfonty
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1/29/17 1:16 pm
Beautiful! Love the background PP and all the pretty accents.


rachel0017
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1/29/17 2:43 pm
That background, with the stitching and the squares lined up as diamonds totally makes the page. I love how you found so many different patterns that coordinated with the colors in her dress. This is beautiful and is going into my favorites! Thanks for entering the Book Lover's Challenge AND providing me with inspiration!


Rozebud
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1/29/17 5:41 pm
Laura you are quite incredible with your pattern mixing. I'm adding this to my favorites. I really love your story about Megan's name.


Deanna13
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1/30/17 6:16 pm
I like the background with the patchwork design.


emmapaige
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2/5/17 4:36 pm
This is absolutely gorgeous - love the background and your florals.


Dawn W.
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2/20/17 1:15 pm
Love how you did the square pattern in the background.