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A picture from my parent’s wedding back in 1957. I have used a Websters Pages patterned paper, mulberry paper, manila tag, stamps from Inkido and Paper Maze, flowers from Prima, Kaiser Pearls, motif buttons from DressItUp, a large photo corner from Svartvik Paper, alphas from Prima (Whispered Words), lace, skeleton leaf and chain from stash, Fluid Chalks, VersaMagic, UTEE.

PP, Inkido stamp, flowers, pearls, motif buttons, UTEE, alphas and Fluid Chalks from Nettans Scrapbooking4You.

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I thought this paper went so well with the pattern on Gunnel’s blouse!

Supplies: PP: Basic Grey, CS: Bazzill Smoothies, flowers: MM, date stamp: Inkido, journal stamp: Autumn Leaves, brads: MM, alphas: Sizzix Wingo Zingo, manila tag, buttons, fibers and epoxy stickers from stash, fluid chalks, stickles.

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They’re obviously not afraid of water – and they shouldn’t be as they’ve grown up next to it.

For this LO I used Bazzill Smoothies CS, Dream Street PP, a Li’l Davies chipboard, covered with UTEE in gold and added some rub-ons from MME, the alphas are Sizzix Wingo Zingo. Manila tag, ribbons and other stuff from my stash.

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CS: Bazzill, PP: MME, alphas: Prima Whispered Words, brads: Panduro, Flowers: Prima, stamp: Daisy Bucket, manila tag, Fluid Chalks, embossing powder, UTEE, ribbons and jewels from stash.

PP: MME, calendar stamp: Inkido, rub-ons: Fancy Pants, Photo Corners: Decorstix, alphas: Sizzix Wingo Zingo, flower: Prima, manila tag, lace and ribbon from stash.

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Supplies: PP: MME, calendar stamp: Inkido, flowers: Prima, brads: MM, pearls: Kaiser, alphas: Sizzix Wingo Zingo, manila tag, Fluid Chalks, embossing powder, skeleton leaf, text stamp: Papermaze.

Supplies: CS: Worldwin, PP, stickers, brads: 3Bugs, alphas: Prima Whispered Words, flowers: Panduro, stamps: Autumn Leaves, Belimi, skeleton leaf, suede, manila tag, glass (stamped and embossed), metal flowers, pearl floss, buttons and jewels from stash.

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