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Thursday, 23 January 2020


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What a great idea to make the phone the layout base. I like it a lot. I can think of many applications. What fun to have a granddaughter.

Esther Andrews

What a great idea - the phone frame sets the context for the journaling. I also love your border of colour blocks. I often use color.adobe.com/create to suggest colours to compliment my photos and often the colours work so well that I wonder how I can use them for a border rather than hunting for a digital kit with similar colours. I think your border idea would be the bees knees ;0


What a great idea and brilliantly executed!


That works brilliantly! Such a good idea.
We have exactly that same IKEA highchair and cushion although mealtimes at ours seem a little more messy than yours! We also have an added 'helper' in Coco who is happy to clean up anything that falls to the floor ;-)


Love this Alexa! I could see capturing all sorts of layout fodder with the phone theme.


Another beautiful and creative layout design Alexa. Such a clean, fabulous design as always x

Karen Walker

First off, I'd never think of this brilliant idea, nor would I have the faintest idea how to execute it! Once again, kudos to you---your creativity and technical skills never fail to impress! (And it's one cute photo, to boot!)


my little granddaughter is the same age and we are introducing foods to her with mixed results, she can't have dairy which is a problem but loves her fruit.


Oh my goodness, what a full head of hair she has at that young age - no doubt long thick tresses are in her future. How are your braiding skills, Grandma?

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