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A Night Out

May 30, 2020

The page I am sharing with you today shows off a couple of photos taken when we went out to dinner with our eldest daughter and her family.   I cut down a 12″ x 12″ piece of Pool Party card and stamped it with the Birch Background stamp using Pool Party ink.  I love this background because it is forgiving when you want to cover a whole piece of card like this one.  I attached the stamped card to a 12″ x 12″ Whisper White page. I punched the two right hand corners of a piece of Parisian Blossoms Specialty Designer Series Paper before attaching it to the right hand side of the stamped Pool Party card.  I printed my journaling onto Whisper White card, punched the two left hand corners and attached it to the page, partially over the left hand edge of the Designer Series Paper.  I stamped “sweet moments” from the long retired Remember This stamp set using Cherry Cobbler ink.  I attached a strip of Cherry Cobbler card across the top of the page before attaching my photos.  I fussy cut flowers from the Parisian Blossoms Specialty Designer Series Paper and attached some to the Cherry Cobbler card and three to the corner of the bottom photo.  I attached the larger of these flowers using dimensionals.  I didn’t add a title to this page because I didn’t think it was necessary.

Another simple page but one that brings a smile to my face when I remember this night out.  I do hope that I am inspiring you to get your photos printed and onto a page to be shared with your family and friends.

Bye for now,

Kris

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