Thursday, June 30, 2016

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It's the end of another school year in this household and also the end of High School as all three of my kids are now done...my son was the last one to finish up...well sort of finish...he's moving onto University now too to join his sisters!

Love this sketch, I really hope you have a chance to play along or at least get some scrapbooking done!


This is how I played with this sketch...



Loved working with some of this fun new Echo Park Pinstripes and Petticoats paper collection too! Head on down to the shoppe to grab some...if you're a local gal!


I cut the title from the Cricut and added some fun chipboard embellishments too...couldn't leave it without using some of those awesome epoxy dots! LOVE those :)


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18 comments:

  1. Wow what a fun and colourful take on the sketch and a great graduation layout. Definitely some precious memories preserved here.
    Hugs
    Desíre
    {Doing Life – my personal blog}

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  2. Oh wow Kristine, you rocked the sketch.. I just love this.. the colors are perfect with those photos.. great job.. Off to check what else the girls have done.. Blog Hopping is so much fun.. whhheeeeee !!!

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  3. Congrats on this milestone in your son's life!! You have captured this memory so beautifully with this Echo park paper! Wonderful work, Kristine!!

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  4. This is AMAZING! Everything works so perfectly well together! GORGEOUS layout!

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  5. great photos and papers (also a HUGE fan of this collection)!!!!

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  6. Beautifully done. Photo's match the layout and paper so well.

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  7. Great layout! Love all the papers you used!

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  8. This sketch was made for your photos, everything fits to a T. Beautiful work.

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  9. Beautiful layout! I love the papers! :)

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  10. Congrats to you and your family! Great take on the layout - really like the little playful elements that you have included here. My shared blog is Scrapbook Socialites http://scrapbooksocialites.blogspot.co.nz/

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  11. very nice grad page. Congrats!

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  12. Love it Kristine. Nice colours and LOVE the title of this proud moment.

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  13. This is so fantastic. I love how you used the three bingo cards off to the side. They are perfect.
    This is just an awesome graduation layout and pictures for a lifetime memory.
    I'm a new follower.

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  14. Fabulous layout.....almost thought you used the Simple Stories collection!! Such precious memories I am sure!

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  15. Oh my goodness! Super beautiful LO Kristine! Congratulations on your son's Graduation!! Makes a parent so very proud :-)

    My blog: http://emsigebiene.blogspot.com/

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  16. Awesome papers for a graduation layout. So masculine. Great take on the sketch and awesome memories. It is so nice to see you playing again. I do miss you <3

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