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Back To Basics Day 2!

You can never go wrong with something simple and elegant! Here are some more great ideas that can be used for any occasion or project!

BGP Simply Elegance
The projects below were created by Sonja Schappert from LA's Sonja's Scrapbook Spot! If you like what  you see, head over to their websites!


 This adorable baby card was made using BGP401, 404, 409, and some cute ribbon. Just change the color for boy or girl!

 This mini book can be used for any occasion! Weddings, menus, or just for a personal keepsake! Sonja used BGP402, 403, 407, 408, 409 and made some cute embellishments out of the papers as well.



Here's a great menu idea by Tanja Maduzia
Products used: BGP402 GCS030


 A quick winter fix!
Products used: BGP 408, GCS012


Two of a Kind by Tanja Maduzia
Products used: BGP404, GCS012


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