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Happy 15th

July 3, 2021

Today’s page shows some photos from my Grandson Ethan’s birthday morning tea. We had a lovely time and Elyssa created this amazing guitar shaped birthday cake. I attached all of my photos to Night of Navy card and attached the two photos on the right to a Basic White 12″ x 12″page. I cut Night of Navy card using the now retired Happy Dies to cut out the title. I love this die because it keeps all of the letters together. I simply trimmed across the top of the letters and attached the bottom panel behind the edge of the Night of Navy mat photo mat before attaching to the page. I created the journaling on my computer and printed onto Basic White card.

I used the retired Remember This stamp set to add the “sweet moments” greeting to the journaling panel using Night of Navy ink. The journaling panel is also attached to Night of Navy card before attaching to the page. I cut “15th” from Night of Navy card using the Playful Alphabet Dies and attached the die cuts next to the “happy”. I stamped three balloons from the retired So Much Happy stamp set onto Basic White card using Night of Navy ink. I cut out the balloons using the co-ordinating Happy Dies. I also used these dies to cut the balloon strings from Night of Navy card. The balloons and balloon strings are attached next to the journaling panel.

Another simple page but one that brings back happy memories. I know I use a lot of retired stamps and dies on my memory keeping pages but I do not sell off anything which I think I might use when I am creating my pages. I bet most of you do that too!

Bye for now,


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