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MY DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY 2014 – PAGE 10

December18

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TIP: All these are the embellishments I printed out with my computer.

10E - Copy

10 - Copy

10 - Copy (2)

10 - Copy (3)

10A - Copy

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MY DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY 2014 – PAGE 9

December16

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TIP: These two cards are scanned copies of the originals that I resized and printed out with my computer.

9 - Copy (2)

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MY DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY 2014 – PAGES 1 AND 2

December15

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TIP: I always cut out the part of the background sheet that would be covered by the pics and embellishments. I keep the piece to use it in other lo’s.

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PAGE 2

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TIP: I keep the covers of the mat pads I buy to use them too.

In this case I cut off the bottom part and used it as matting paper for the pic of my daughter with the cake.

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photo 3

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MY DAUGHTER’S BIRTHDAY 2014 – PAGES 3, 4, 6, 7, AND 8

December13
My daughter’s birthday is the day after Halloween so we decided to have a family dinner that night wearing our costumes. On Sunday, Nov. 9th. I held a “Pizza Party” for her and her friends.
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As I liked all the different invitations designs I made one of each and sent a different one to each guest.
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SMASH BOOK 1 – PAGE 17

December12
One of the cards I submitted for the November Random Acts of Kindness challenge, at Scrapbook.com, was a winner. I got a surprise box with a lot of goodies.
I’m still surprised and forever grateful for this.
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30B
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THANKSGIVING 2014

December9

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MY BIRTHDAY 2014

December8
This is a Heidi Swapp Memory File I made with the pics from my birthday.
For the cover I made an envelope where I included the mementos I kept from the celebration.

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I love memory files. It took me just two days to finish the entire album and you can include tons of photos without ending up with a bulky book.
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This photo spread allowed me to add twelve pics.
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Photo flips are also a great way to add more pics.
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HOLIDAYS 2013 – 2014 – PAGE 23

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HOLLYWOOD STUDIOS (11-18-2014) SORCERER’S HAT REMOVAL

November24
We visited Disney World again last week. When at Hollywood Studios we couldn’t help but feel really sad looking at the iconic Sorcerer’s Hat knowing it will be gone by Feb./March next year. We can’t imagine this park without it. As soon as I got back home I printed this photo and made the lo because I can’t get over the sad feeling of saying “Goodbye” to this awesome hat.
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TIPS: The journaling card, the photos reel, the “RIGHT HERE…” and the “November” notes, and the left side border were printed by me with my computer, resizing scanned versions of the originals.
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HOLIDAYS 2013 – 2014 – PAGE 22

November16

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This lo is about a tradition we keep: the First Foot. It comes from the Isle of Man and it’s explained on the journaling that reads:
Quaaltagh
The Isle of Man name for
the 1st Foot, or the 1st person to enter
a house on New Year’s Day.
The 1st Foot is very important because
he influences the fortune of the home
for the coming year. If he’s an unlucky or
ill-favored person the family will suffer
the consequences for the next 12 months.
It is wise, therefore, to arrange for the 1st Foot
to be a respectable person. He should bring,
as gifts, a coin, a slice of bread, a lump of
coal, and a dram of spirits. This will
ensure prosperity, food, warmth, and
good cheer during the
New Year.

Every year, on Jan. 1st., our friend Alex acts as our First Foot.

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