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Moving Round the Board

I had such fun yesterday on the Cybercrop, loads of techniques to use, two of them featured glimmer mists. Oh my God! what a mess I made. The projects were beautiful but the cleaning up took ages. Today I look like I have been stealing Willy Wonka's meal replacement bubble gum. Rememeber the girl who ate the bubble gum that tasted of food, she ended up swelling up and going purple. Well I'm going blue from the fingertips up! Here we are moving round the Monopoly board, the second project was Angel Islington taught by Angie . This classes technique was to hand cut frames, yes HAND CUT. I bought a cricut so that I didn't have to hand cut anymore, but entering into the spirit of the crop I did it and was so pleased with the results here is the page.

I have to run to Asda now to collect my photos for the classes I completed yesterday. They were fabulous projects and need some photos before they are uploaded to claim my points for the cars team. Beep! Beep! Come back tommorrow for the next page, it feels good to be scrapbooking again!

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