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On the Pier posted Mar 28, 2019
by shoorn

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Biloxi, MS Bazzill cs, Simple Stories pp, stickers - alphas, seagull, seahorse and the shell in the bottom right - Photo House; other shells, sailboat and arrow - Susan Branch; bench - Jolee's. Tags & twine - old stash, misc rhinestones (I think Recollections). Teresa Collins chipboard button

Journaling: We walked to the end of the pier to take photos looking back to the lighthouse and Visitor Center. We also saw the casinos at the water's edge.

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Comments

StacyLee
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4/1/19 6:11 pm
What a great job with your clip embellishment, I love that little sailboat flag! Such a cute addition to your page, thanks for taking my challenge!


emmapaige
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4/1/19 1:58 pm
Love how you used the tags!! Thanks for participating in the March Manufacturer Challenge.


Deanna13
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3/30/19 8:07 am
I love that wood grain background along with the tag, Susan!


CarrieG
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3/29/19 11:42 am
love the paper you used...beautiful photos and colors...the tags are a great touch


blbabe1234
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3/28/19 7:27 pm
this is beautiful. I really love that wood grain paper


jcsmaestra
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3/28/19 5:03 pm
I like how you used the wood grain paper.


Yankeegirl
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3/28/19 2:36 pm
Wonderful beach photos, Susan , and I really like all those blues on the woodgrain. Cool tag work, too!