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    Default Brooklyn's professional pic LOs (LOTS)

    Here is what I have been working on for the past few months. I feel like they are starting to get repetitive with how I am doing them lately since there is only so much you can do with 8X10s and 5X7s. Let me know what you really, truly think of them!



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    omg, she is so adorable! I have to ask... is the flower pattern on the 9 month LO fabric? I made a pillow with fabric thats the same pattern.

    great job!
    PS - like how you used colors that complemented her outfits.


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    Very cute. I like the progression of how she grew.
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    is the flower pattern on the 9 month LO fabric? I made a pillow with fabric thats the same pattern.
    It is actually paper, too cool that they make fabric in the same pattern. When I saw that paper at Hobby Lobby I just knew immediately it would go perfectly with that outfit so I snatched it up. lol I saw fabric in the same pattern as her 1 month LO.

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    The fabric was from Hobby Lobby... that explains it!


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    Ah, that does explain it! lol

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    Once again, LOVE these! You do a great job and I don't think they look alike, they are all so unique to the picture. GREAT job!!
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    what a cutie! I love her scowl in the first ones. I totally know what you mean about working on these. I'm pretty far behind with mine, I just get in a rut because I feel like I'm doing the same thing. it is pretty limiting at times working on the larger photos. but you're doing a terrific job, I really love how you've done yours.
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    I think each one so far is unique and lovely! I really love the way you've picked stuff to complement the pictures! I think one of my favorites is the one month layout where you also added in the wallet size picture.

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    You all have seriously made me feel so much better about these. I felt they were too much alike and not very exciting so it's good to hear that others think differently.

    I totally know what you mean about working on these. I'm pretty far behind with mine, I just get in a rut because I feel like I'm doing the same thing.
    That's how I was starting to feel, in a rut doing the same thing. I was worried that not adding much by way of embellishments was making them too boring. What I have noticed has helped me is to take each pic and select a couple pieces of plain cardstock that matches the outfit/background and then I select a piece of patterned paper that matches the colors of the cardstock. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE my Cricut for titles, that has also really helped. Making these LOs sure takes a lot of time though, I thought I could whip them up quickly but that doesn't happen.

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