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Friday, 19 November 2010

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Amy

Oh, this is fantastic Alexa! I thought that you would like Nicole's blog and scrapping - she is quite fabulous and always very inspiring :-)

Miriam

This is a beautiful page Alexa. Both you & Amy have inspired me to have a try at a digital page! I am constantly in awe at what you ladies produce. :)

giselle

Fab page Alexa, love the typeface you used for 'catch'. Hopefully, I'll also be doing this challenge over the weekend. Enjoy Ikea :/

Jacky S

What wonderful photos,Alexa....and a gorgeous page.

Paul B

Gorgeous LO Alexa & love your choice of font for the title "Catch". Px

Diane Herman

I love this take on the sketch and the colours are perfect!

Karen

I love your layout and the photos, but your writing is what captured my attention (and admiration) today.

Sian

Of course we'll be back next week! Such a happy page from you at the end of a tough week - and thanks for reminding me about "magic Painting Books". I used to love them.

Jimjams

Lovely page - such funny photos too - I love them and they're not even my children :D

Melissa

Great layout and those are wonderful, fun photos! Thanks for sharing.

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