We interrupt your December Daily posts….

     Posted by Norine on December 11, 2016

Hi everyone!  I did it again!  Scrapbooked!  Everything was still laying out on my table and it just seemed like the thing to do.  It also gave me a much needed brain-break from party planning and cake decorating ideas and prep.

It’s a mix of paper lines and embellishments, and it’s uses photos from last summer at the lake.

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I did a flukey thing on this layout that I’ve never done before.  I love phrase strips and I have a lot of them and use them often but even so, I will never run out.  So as I was pulling a few off the Simple Stories Bloom and Grow sheet of phrase stickers, a bunch came off all together and it gave me the idea to use the whole sheet like that for a sort of photo mat!  It supports the theme, peeks out here and there and gives me IMMENSE satisfaction at having actually USED UP a whole sheet of stickers!  I know you know what I’m talking about!

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It’s actually my favorite part of this page.

Except for the title.  Hullo!?  Canoe c’mere for a sec??  LOL.

No wonder my kids groan at my humor.

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Besides using paper from the Kaiser-craft Ooh La La and Barber Shop and Photo Play’s Plaid line, I also used some Nuvo dots, and Dew Drops, alphabets and stickers from Simple Stories - Bloom and Grow, Prima paper leaf and some VERY old SEI puffy stickers from the last time puffy stickers were in style!  That also gave me immense pleasure!

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We return you now to your regularly scheduled programming…

Have a stellar day!

2 Comments so far

  1. Kim December 11, 2016 1:03 pm

    Love the title !!!  I have a few of those phrase type stickers and never thought to use them like that.

  2. Lori January 1, 2017 2:49 pm

    Best title ever!  and I love all the words.  You are pretty smart, more than just a pretty face.  ;) :D

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