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    Default How I filled my time while pg.org was down pic heavy

    I went through massive withdrawl. I knit a soaker which isn't that interesting to a scrapbook board, but here's the other stuff I did LOL...








    This is a two page layout, I shrunk to hopefully post side by side. You can't tell but I added a vibrant blue/purpleish color to the eyes. The one tag gives the year, the other says "Widnow to the soul".



    I ended up trying to tear my own paper in elements. Not the best tear job but not bad for a first couple tries.

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    those are great!!! i love how 3-d your layouts look!!!! what program are you using again?

    and what's a soaker?! hahah
    Delia - Mama (homebirthing, breastfeeding, cosleeping, baby wearing, cloth diapering type of a Mama!) to
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    Great lo's!
    Kristina, (formerly known as ~Kristina~)
    doula and apprentice midwife
    Wife to Jesse 8.18.01
    Mom to Ayden 12.18.01, Kailey 7.1.03,
    Ashlyn 6.11.05, Dylan 9.29.07 & Riley 12.8.09

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    what's a soaker? I have no idea!

    you used your time wisely. wish I had thought to do a digital page when pg.org was down (instead I stared at that Christmas layout and went insane with it).

    I love that last two page layout, it's downright gorgeous! your other layouts are cute, but that last one really is just beautiful. (oh, and the smiley stickers on that first one cracked me up!)
    Gwen, Mommy to Andrew, Jordan, Natalie & Jack




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    I am loving those stickers! I downloaded the same kit, but I don't have the creativity that you ladies do! I am so plain jane. I LOVE that last one. You did a great job!
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    Those are great! I LOOOOVE the picture in the first one, that's adorable! And the tears in the last one do look good. I couldn't do that! Great job.

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    I used Adobe Elements 5.0 for whoever was asking. When I was looking for templates for torn pages, I couldn't find any. But somewere I stumbled accross a tutorial for tearing pages in Elements. So I went with it. The easter page tear doesn't look near as good as the straight tears, but oh well. It's still cute.

    And... a soaker is a wool knitted diaper cover for cloth diapering . Yeah I'm kinda crunchy that way.

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    The pages turned out fantastic!!! Love the way they look!!!

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    Those are great - I especially like the last 2. And I am totally impressed with your paper tearing!

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    I'm loving all of them! The colors and elements on the last one is so beautiful and the other two are so fun.
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    Kayson 10-9-06 & Cohen 02-08-10

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