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ATDML Cybercrop part 2

Two posts before 10 AM, what's going on? At last all the intricate cutting out is finished,so the layout can be posted. This was the first class posted yesterday on the A Trip Down Memory Lane cybercrop. I already had these papers and photos chosen, I just couldn't decide on the layout. Thank you ATDML, I can now say job done!
The project features an interactive element, the centre panel folds out for more photos, the blue squares on the left and right of my layout are for the journaling to be added later. This is the 'book' opened out.
Another piece of good news I won Kath's draw for the fabulous notebook punch she was giving away, yes I can feel this is going to be a good weekend. I pinched this photo from Kath's blog I hope she doesn't mind


Sue said…
Beautiful, love the cut out pieces on your blue squares
Jane (J-bug) said…
Great LO - love the way you've used extra photos - and that handcutting.
Anonymous said…
Gorgeous layout and a lovely choice of photos.
Lesley said…
Gorgeous layout Kathy, stunning photos too. I have just started this layout from the cybercrop but I have been working all weekend so this is the first thing I have started. I was really looking forward to some crafting then realised I was working, never mind, can take my time now.

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