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Her First Beach Trip


I did a 2 page layout inspired by the sketch @  Let's Scrap
They have a new sketch weekly. 
It's been 6 months or more since I've scrapbooked. I'm WAY BEHIND!

I made all my flowers. I had them all in my stash from printing extras.  I spritzed them with different soft colors and them used some pearl drops in the centers.  I love the colors of this layout.
 I am participating in a year long challenge @ Inspired Stamps 

Sunday Scripture Challenge: 52 Weeks of Gratitude: Week 1 

Our scripture is Psalm 118:24: For this is the day the Lord has made, let us be glad in it. 

I'm thankful I was able to experience my granddaughter's first trip to the beach. Seeing God's creation from the eye's of a child brings the magic back!

I hope you'll join us in the Sunday Scripture Challenge.




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