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Thursday, 25 April 2013

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Amy

Shape is such a clever and simple way to add interest - you have reminded me of my love of framing today Alexa.

Relyn

You have so much talent!

Gail

Thanks so much for sharing all this info on scrapping with an iPad Alexa. I need to try it out before we go away.

Paul B

Such an excellent series which is going to encourage more hybrid & digital scrapbooks and creativity. Looking forward to popping by with the blog hop :) Have a great weekend. Pxx

Karen

It's a wonderful series, and I just put it all in a folder under "Classes." I'd pay for this series willingly!

sandie

I don't have an ipad or iphone Alexa, but am sure some of these ideas will be useful to me. This is a great series you have put together, and I love your designs. Always so imaginative and professional looking.

Wanda

Who could have imagined way back when (did I hear recently it was 40 years ago?!) cellphones were first invented that they would become the mini-computers we enjoy today? Thanks again for sharing this amazing series.

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