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Monday, 10 October 2016

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helena

your pages look fabulous - I'm a big fan of grid design - you must be watching for the postie to get your hands on it for real

Julie

Oh it looks exquisite! It looks like a beautiful, rural, lifestyle magazine! I know life isn't always so cheerful and delightful ... but you've certainly made the moments that are look so special!

Barbara Eads

First of all, I have to say that your pictures are stunning---so beautiful and clear! I love the looks of your book and the fact that you've add lots of journaling--the prefect mix. I've never done anything digitally, but I should try it---especially with trip pictures.

Sian

I have talked so many times about giving this a try and I have yet t take the plunge. Your pages look gorgeous! Bursting with life. I'm another one who thinks your spreads could be in a magazine.

Wishing you a good week

Ruth

And what a perfect coffee table style book it will turn out to be!

Karen

I just love your style! Your pages look fabulous, and I hope you'll show us the book when you get it. I finished watching all the videos for Cathy Z's Scrapbook Your Year, giving the thought to going digital and producing books rather than albums. Haven't made a decision yet. I'm now doing Ali E's Hybrid class. I think there'll be more instruction on digital techniques in this class. I've already paid for the class is what I gained from the lesson on organizing your digital supplies.

Melissa

I bet you can't wait ot get your hands on it now! Simple grid designs always look good and with your gorgeous photography can't go wrong. Can you post some pics when it arrives?

Fiona@Staring at the Sea

How wonderful it will be to hold in your hands and flick through those gorgeous spreads.

Mary-Lou

Beautiful. Your pages are such a delight to look at; I like a grid whether it is digital or actual paper scrapbooking. That wooden wheelbarrow is something I would really like to get my hands on.

Linda

Oh wow! I love your book! What a family treasure it will be! Thanks for popping over to my blog recently - it's lovely to see old friends again!

alexandra sirugue-macleod

I am not a "digi scrapbookers" as they say but boy of boy, looking at your BEAUTIFUL spreads, I would love to have something like that! You have convinced me to try Alexa! I hope you'll share more as your work documenting your life is always inspiring!
Thank You~

Maggie

What a lovely idea and a great keepsake.

Rosie Radcliffe

Absolutely wonderful - I WISH I could do this kind of work. such a lovely way to remember ...

Honoré

Looking forward to your next post on the receipt of the actual book! Exciting and I bet you'll be triply delighted...the few pages you shared look fantastic! Congrats!
Cheers~

Missus Wookie

Loving your spreads, looking forward to the review of the physical book. It's something I've been considering for the digi pages I do.

Susanne

Oh that looks wonderful - so jam-packed with photos, and I am sure your lyrical words as well. I bet holding it in your hands will be even better.

Melissa Gross

Oh, it looks like a fabulous book! Enjoy!

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