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Man & His Machine posted Nov 23, 2014
by ScrappyDistractions


November Manufacturer's Challenge - Letter "J" (Jenni Bowlin)

As we moved into our new home in August, we realized we now had 14 acres and not a single way of mowing anything. Our previous home had less than 1/4 acre of grass and after butchering the lawn with a broken push mower our first week there, we hired a lawn service to mow from then on. Not an option now with so much land! Tractor mowing is the only way to go but since a lot of the acreage has trees, the tractor can't get everywhere. So a friend of ours sold us his rider mower. It was my husband's first "manly toy" in this new adventure of ours. Even my daughter thought it was kind of cool and actually OFFERED to mow. (That enthusiasm lasted only two weeks, of course). Amazing how a man who wouldn't even pull a weed in our old home now won't come in for dinner if there is something more he can do outside!

Some of the papers are very old Jenni Bowlin papers I got in a grab bag that I never thought I would use along with some puffy farm stickers I had to get when we moved


Products Used
This submission used products from Jenni Bowlin Studio




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2/25/19
linda m.
I like the combination of papers and cute title.


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2/4/15
Joanne G.
Cute!


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11/30/14
Deanna13
Love all the layers!


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11/25/14
MelissaH
Love it!


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11/25/14
Carol P.
Love this layout...always looking for good masculine pages!


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11/24/14
Shutterbug
Neat Masculine LO. Love the burlap and the gray


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11/24/14
emmapaige
So glad to see you back!! I am honored that you chose my challenge to start off!! Since a nice design.


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11/16/20
sekiese
Love your layers.


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11/23/14
ang_scraps
Love the title! Very nice layout!


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11/23/14
blbabe1234
This is awesome! Your embellies are perfect! And I really love the burlap paper. Really makes the layout more masculine



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