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ATDML Cybercrop - Class 10

This morning I got up all prepared to catch up with the classes from the  A Trip Down Memory Lane's cybercrop and then it happened. Rachel posted her class, and that ws it. All that cutting has taken me most of the day. All of the papers that were needed just happened to be in my box of leftover kits and all of them were from the Scrapstars retreats I attended. I just had to find one sheet for the background. This means that I am even further behind with my classes but oh so worth it.
Its not the best photo of the page and I haven't added a title because I think I'm going to switch out the photo I used.

Comments

Mel @ ATDML said…
Looks great and well done for having the patience to cut all those bits - I am hopeless at handcutting!
Super pretty, I have got as far as cutting the flowers out!
Rachael Elliott said…
Hi Kathy, your page is gorgeous, I love your choice of background paper. Did you enjoy all the hand cutting?!?
sutty said…
It's a beautiful page and well worth all the cutting :)
scrappyjen said…
I agree. Very beautiful. Love the cutting. I may need to scraplift that one.
This is wonderful! Your layouts are great I'm far too nervous to try scrapbooking! Xx cara xx
kassa said…
Hey Kathy, saw your blog over on Lynns Blog and thought I'd pop over to see you!
Love this page layout and those hearts are beautiful!
Kxoxo

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