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Turning 4

July 16, 2022

Today’s pages show off some photos from when my youngest granddaughter turned 4. We had a great day with lots of fun and lots of cake. I began by attaching strips of Petal Pink and Sahara Sand card across the bottom of two Basic White 12″ x 12″ pages. I trimmed the edges of the strips on the left hand page to create a banner effect. I attached my photos to Basic Black card before attaching them to the pages. I stamped the title using the Alphabest stamp set and punched out the letters using the Best Label Punch.

I also cut Sahara Sand card using one of the dies from the Sentiment Silhouette Dies and attached them beside the “4”. I stamped the greeting from the A Grand Kid stamp set onto Sahara Sand card using Memento Tuedo Black ink and punched it out using one of the punches from the Heart Punch Pack. I attached the greeting to a Petal Pink scalloped heart before attaching it to the left hand page. To decorate the right hand page I cut Sahara Sand, Petal Pink and Daffodil Delight using the Sentiment Silhouette Dies to create four candles. I cut Basic Black card using one of the Fabulous Frames Dies and attached it to the lower right hand corner of the second page. I cut Basic White using the same die and temporarily attached the panel to the inside of the Basic Black frame.

My printer is out of action at the moment so I will add the journaling at a later time. Simple pages but full of amazing memories. I can’t believe that 8 years have passed since that day – time flies!

Bye for now,

Kris

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