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Strawberries, Flowers and Butterflies....

  
There is probably nothing that reminds us more of the sweet
days of spring than beautiful flowers, butterflies and sweet juicy
strawberries ready to pick from the garden.  Here in California
we are lucky to have spring here already and are all busy
planting lots of spring gardens to celebrate for Easter!

  We have some really fun projects to show you today from
2 really popular collections called Bella and Baby's Firsts.
Both have gorgeous shades of pinks and lovely pastels
filled with flowers and lots of other images you can cut up
and create some really amazing projects and pages.

Altered Book Holder and Frame by Alicia Barry


page designed by Debbie Sherman


close up of all the cute butterflies and strawberries

Yummy Mummy card by Sandy Ang

Bathing Beauty by Kim Holmes
Kim created this adorable layout from our Bella
line of papers.  It too is filled with lots of beautiful 
colors and flowers and butterflies that you can create 
lots of different styles of layouts with. It is so cute!

Page designed by Karen Thind
2 cute little cards by Petra Offrell

Dad's Shining Star by Irit Shalom
4 more weeks by Irit Shalom
Magic by our Guest Designer Mireille Divjak

Sing out Loud card by Karen Thind

Thanks so much for stopping by and

and don't forget to ask your local LSS if they carry
our papers and spread the word!

Comments

  1. Cute projects ladies...I love those lines :)

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  2. Great projects and my lss agreed to bring in travel line they said it should ne to them soon

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  3. Such cute things I just adore your paper so heavy glittery and precious

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  5. Gorgeous projects! Fabulous inspiration from your DT!!!

    (Ack, I can't type today!!!)

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