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Goodbye Summer!

With Fall just around the corner, it's time to say GOODBYE SUMMER! And what better way to bring in the new season then to remember all the fun things we did these last few months of Summer!

Gone Camping!

Products used:Best Creation's Gone Camping GC002, GC003, GC010, GC012, GC013, Basic Glitter Paper BGP222, 304

Loops & Scoops!

Products used:Best Creation's Loops & Scoops LS002, LS003, LS007, LS008, LS009, LS011, LS013, LS014, FT002, FT004, Cardstock, Stickles

"I'm so sad that summer is winding to a close.  It seems like school just got out a week ago and we are gearing up to go back.  Thankfully, my scrapbooking hobby allows me to preserve the memories- both big and small- so that we can remember them forever!  Loops & Scoops is the perfect collection to scrap your summer memories!  I love using small photos to create fun film strips when I want to use a lot of photos on a layout.  I also love to cut out letters and pop them up with foam tape as a part of my title.  Loops & Scoops has a whole sheet of words and phrases that's perfect for doing that with!"

Splash Fun!

If you're like Gini, you need an entire album to remember all the fun things you did this Summer!
 Beach Album by Gini Williams Cagle
Products used: Best Creation's Splash Fun SF006, 007, 009,008, 012,013,014,016
Album: Clear Scraps
Epoxies, Felt Flowers, Vintage Settings: Epiphany Crafts


A mini-album seemed like the perfect way to combine random beach pictures into one project. I love how bright and cheerful this album turned out!

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  1. Those are so fun!! Great camping page!

  2. Darling projects! and good luck to everyone on the blog hop, the Fall paper is GORGEOUS :)

  3. Love these gorgeous Summer projects!!!


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