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4x6 Photo Love -October

This month in Shimelle's 4 X6 photo love we have 10 photos to add to our layout. This has been a great series of workshops to follow for busting my mountain of holiday photos. I still have thousands to get through so this could go on for some time.
I decided to use my photos from Sydney harbour for this months prompt, this page will sit nicely with the page I made for the prompt in April.
The idea was to use a divided page protector and decorate on top of it, also as it is actually 10 inches wide you can add a 2"" border and decorate that as well.  This is a really quick way of adding a lot of photos and just a little bit of decoration, when its added into the album its has quite an impact because it looks 'different'.


Dallying Debz said…
Lovely layout. I love how even though its hard to be too differnt to Shimelle's layout every one I have seen has its own direction.
Charlotte said…
This is very cute :)
Becky said…
Great layouts - love the clouds :)

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