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Pencil Lines Challenge 123

Here is another pencil lines layout, number 123 this time. I've done two, if you've got two nephews you've got to do two pages.I'm not too happy with these, I feel there's something missing, but with the bright colours I'm not sure what I could add without making it too busy. I'll have to keep thinking about it.

Remember I had a feeling spring was coming, well here's the evidence. The daffodils and muscari are going to be next, only a few warm days and they'll be bobbing their pretty heads in the breeze.

This morning I had an early morning drive to take some photos for Shimelle Laine's online class Here,There and Everywhere. I realised that in my thousands of photos that are waiting to be scrapped I have none of where I live, so I took a drive before all the traffic started. I took 77, even though I won't use them all it made me realise that I live in a pretty place. I drive past this view twice every day on my journey to and from work. How lucky am I.


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