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  1. This was a real challenge having never paper scrapped before! Kits used: Created by Jill - How To Be Awesome 2, How To Be Awesome - Mini Bits (glitter sprinkles), Confessions of a Shopaholic (thought bubbles), Some Kind Of Wonderful (photo corners), Love Is A 4-Legged Word - Alpha (recolored) Font: Komika Hand
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  2. faerywings

    Skylands Sanctuary

    I used three photos of an animal sanctuary to create my montage using Blend Modes and clipping masks. For the journaling, I used a Quote by Jeremy Bentham: The question is not, "Can they reason?" nor, "Can they talk?" but rather, "Can they suffer?" since that saying reflects how I feel much better than I can put into words myself. Papers: APP Summer Breeze and APP Lush Fence (recolored and duplicated), Sky Transfer, FotoGlow: APP Summer Breeze, Wood Overlay: APP Lush by Anna Aspnes Sometimes artFrames and Happy Life artMasks: by NBK Grasses behind cow: Ashalee Wall Clipping Mask on Main Photo: NinaScraps Fonts: Unfortunate Events, Problem Secretary, Biro Script Photos: by my daughter Caitlyn Campbell and myself
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  4. Love the big split title and the adorable photos with the word bubbles! Awesome job!
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  6. Really nice job on blending the 3 photos into the one big photo. Very beautiful!
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  7. Love this! Love the stapled word strips onto the photos and the stapled ticket to the picture.
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  9. Oh, this is so cute! Love the comic book design and the fun photos you were able to take. Fantastic layout!
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  10. This is wonderful! Love your title work and the choice of photos to show growth!
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  11. I love that you have a picture of him at the recruiting station! I love how you angles the photos and put paper mats behind them to give more depth!
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  12. Ah, yes, the speech bubbles are great! Love the simplicity of this page!
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  13. it is like you can feel the movement of the horses going up and down- gorgeous and rich LO
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  14. fantastic way of showing the photos as they progress in the masking- love this!
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  15. What a stunner. That journaling really has the wow factor
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  16. This is gorgeous! Your mask work is perfect! Really flows with the ocean photos!
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  17. I love this...traditional scrappers definitely rock the theme layouts, and this one is super cute, photo-centric and very realistic!
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  18. Beautiful photos and very creative use of them. Great page!
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  19. What an awesome LO !!! Great catch on the photo of the boot . Love that you worded the boot
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  22. I like that composition and how you arranged the photos to give them the spotlight!
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  23. Adorable photos! I love those golden leaves peeking from under the photos
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  24. Beautiful, Mary! Your cluster and shadow works are awesome!
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  25. This is wonderful !!! Would love to scrap lift this
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  26. This is just an awesome page, Lynette and I also love how you used the cut-out with all the patterns inside! Great shadowing too... and the stapling on of the list of labels on the side is genius! Wonderful work! Congratulations on being chosen Winner of this category!
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  27. Oh wow, this is sooooooo pretty!!! Love your clusters and the great title work.
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  30. this page is awesome! So colorful and your clusters are fabulous!
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  32. Wow Sherly, I really love this. Your journaling over the photos is perfect and so is your element placement.
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  33. Fabulous title work, love the glitter, such pretty colours you used for the clusters which matched the cute pics perfectly!
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  34. Lovely photos and color palette. Well done!
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  35. Your elements are just adorable, fit so well with the pics!
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  36. Thank you. Yes, it is the original photo, but quite small. I needed to cover up the text on the license plate per the rules of the challenge, figured I could put the tiny original b&w photo of them there.
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