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Gone Fishing posted Sep 14, 2019
by shoorn

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Needing a break from my 2017 photos I have done a couple of pages for DS's 1975 album. This one from Memorial Day 1975 - Chadwick Lake.

Using some scraps. pp - Simple Stories, Lawn Fawn; border - Bazzill edge; chipboard - Simple Stories & picnic basket RAK, stickers - Simple Stories, title rub-on My Mind's Eye; ink - Tim Holtz

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This submission used products from ... Bazzill, My Minds Eye, Tim Holtz, Simple Stories, Lawn Fawn



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joannie
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9/14/19 3:27 pm
ah this takes me back!! My DS has loved to fish since he was this age!! Love the soft colors and fishing embellies!


abartlett321
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9/14/19 10:57 pm
Those embellishment compliment the adorable pics perfectly!


Deanna13
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9/15/19 7:43 am
Wonderful older fishing photos! {I used to go fishing with Dad all the time growing up, but I have no photos.} Great job with the lift and love the accents you used!


emmapaige
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9/16/19 3:42 pm
Love your title and cut accents!! Thanks for participating in the September Manufacturer Challenge.


blbabe1234
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9/16/19 6:35 pm
Really great lift. Love the layers


LoreenC
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9/22/19 9:58 pm
This is a Great lift! I love the colors and your embellisments are perfect! What cool photos from 1975 !