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A little bit more Warren

The monthly project from Craftwork Cards, just goes on and on. I posted some of the projects I made last weekend here. There was so much left that I am still playing with it, here I've used some of the papers, candi and cards, I added a piece of 12 x 12 card stock to make this lovely page of my two nephews when they were little.

The silver and blue papers, with black and white photos is just gorgeous, can you see the mats for the photographs? I used two of the on the edge  cards and cut them down. I liked the bracket edge and its was just the detail I needed here.
Over on two peas in a bucket, they are running free monthly classes, 4 each month, by 4 different designers. Shimelle Laine's classes are to build up from one photo on a layout adding another photo each month. So February's class was to use two 4X6 photos. It was this class I had in mind when I created this page. How are we going to get 12 4X6 photos on the layout in December? I'm very intrigued.


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