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Scrapbooking For INSD

Today, I am sharing some scrapbook layouts I made during International Scrapbook Day weekend.  Here is a blog post I did on Inspired Me 411 about this day and some of the fun events. Click Here

Over at Two Peas Refugees, they had a weekend full of activities like video chat and scraps on Google Hangouts as well as challenges. It was so exciting to be on the virtual calls with the ladies. This was my first time seeing them in person after years of just communicating on the message boards. We had a great time! Thanks Two Peas for hosting a fun event.

I haven't scrapbooked in over a year and it was fun to return back to one of my early joys. For years, I made lots of layouts and enjoyed it. But in the last year or so I have developed more interest in other art forms. So it was a treat to get my dusty scrapbook supplies out and go to work! LOL! I wanted to join the fun and finish some pages I started a while ago.

Take a look!
Paper is from Kaisercraft and I used Sketchtember Sketch #24.

Love making these flowers and leaves!

I used Kaisercraft paper and stickers.



I used Sketchtember Sketch #10. Embellishments are from Craft Factory Creations.


Thanks for stopping by and have a good day!!!

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