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Treasure Each and Every Moment!

Scrapping all the fun moments of the great things
in our kids life is probably the most fun thing we could
do both for us and for them to see in the future.

It's all the little things,
the funny and crazy things
that make us laugh and remember all the fun!!

So..dont' forget to get out your camera and take lots
of photos this Fall & Halloween
and get them in books to remember forever!!


designer: Ann-Katrin
supplies: GP448, 450, ESG 007, GP445


designer: Petra Offrell

We love Petra's style of scrapbooking with lots of
overlays and misting, butterflies,
and handmade flowers.
The picture of her daughter and
her cute painted face of a leopard looks perfect
with all the gorgeous colors around it.
It's so, so cute!!



supplies: BGP 202, 222, 211, 220, 213, 206,
GP 454, 452, 455, ESG 003




designer: Julie Walton

This layout uses alot of Glitter cardstock, love that stuff says Julie!!!
Her priorities here were a banner, which she made from
punched circles folded in half and
stapled to some scrappers floss with bows at each end.
Some fussy cutting of the pumpkins and spiders
which were raised up on some pop dots.
And a tone on tone title with a little pizazz to make it pop.
And then the added pop of a little glimmer mist.

supplies:
GDC 109, GP455, GCBA004
GP321, GCS050



designer: Katarina Damm

We love all the gorgeous colors that Katarina picked for this card
and the adorable little vampire. Even the chipboard sticker
and tiny little flowers match perfectly! The printed
purple glitter cardstock gives it just the right amount
of spooky details for the backround. So Cute!!
supplies:
GCS014, 026, GDC110
GP457, 444, MSS029, Pop ups


designer: Kim Holmes

This adorable bag for
goodies
is made from lots of different papers
cut up and glued together
to create a hauntingly cute way
to give tricks and treats!!

supplies: BG 322, 459, 456

Have a great day and be inspired!!

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