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Scrapbook starting points :: Love Birds

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So this became this, just in time to wish this lovely and her mister a very happy first anniversary. There’s an awful lot of swoon packed into wedding week! (By the way, I’m pretty excited about what starts tomorrow to follow wedding week… but I’m not telling until Monday!)

On top of all those rectangles of scrap paper, I added two 4×6 photos and a host of premade embellishments – die-cuts, stickers and a flair badge. I find I now automatically think of their wedding when I use pink and green together, and I still have a stack of prints from their day so why go against what seems to work? I love how the wooden letters they had as a decorative touch will also work well as an introductory page in my album. (I’m sure that’s exactly what they were thinking, right?)

scrapbook page ideas ~Sources: one, two, three, four, five and six.~

Here are six of my favourites from the last starting point. Click the corresponding link to see the page in more detail and get to know the scrapper behind the layout.

Thanks to everyone who took on the first starting point challenge! The current starting point can be found here. Upload your layout by Friday and it could be featured in next Saturday’s post!


04 September 2011

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4 Comments for Scrapbook starting points :: Love Birds

  1. Julie Says:

    they’re all great. It’s Sunday night and I’m just now going to sit at my craft table. Been a busy weekend. Juile

  2. Diane Says:

    Never thought I’d see my LO in your list of favourites, thank you!
    I like how your page for this starting point came together and it’s on my to-do-list as soon as a bit more mojo comes back to me :)

  3. Sheryl Says:

    Love where the process took you from your starting point. I love the embellie cluster at the bottom right.

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