ANOTHER glitter page. My excuse? Chipboard rocks it.

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Hello! Michelle here! I have ALL this glitter left over from my last couple of projects. What’s a girl to do? Normally the glitter pots would have gone back into the vault (a huge box under my desk where the occasional spider likes to hang out- it’s a DISCO spider). But I decided to I […]

Celebrate Bubbles

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Hi ScrapFX Peeps!  Lately I’ve been trying out new techniques and mediums to play with.  I mostly experiment on tags and when an outcome is good I’ll transfer it to a project.  My first project share for today is a direct result from some of this playtime – ending in a funky, bright card:  This […]

1st Birthdays Make Me Smile

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Hey there!  Scarlett with you today to share a couple LOs using some of this month’s birthday release chippies and last month’s country themed ones. First up is a page documenting my son’s 1st birthday – its hard to believe its taken me 15 years to do so!!  Thanks ScrapFX!! Without the chipboard pieces I […]

“Rural Treat” by Erin Blegen

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Hello again :). Erin here to share with you today my final layout using some of the fabulous new releases in the Farm & Country theme. This was an easy theme for me to work with as I live a very rural lifestyle. In fact, I live without running water and sewer, we heat our […]

Gate Mini album (for Dusty Boy)

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Hi!  Misty here to share a mini album I made for a friend of mine to showcase pictures of her beloved horse “Dusty Boy”. I fell in love with this gate mini after seeing what Jill had done with it a couple of months ago featuring her mothers garden.   It was so beautiful that I had to […]

Harvest Time

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Hi girls, here is another farm, country LO.  The photo is of my three boys. The Scrap Fx chippys I used on this LO are: wordlet Harvest Time (2012093), rope rings (2012090), wheat stalks (2012082), scare crow (2011228) and seagulls (2010246). For the wheat stalks & the wheat stalks on harvest time I used walnut stain, […]