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February 28, 2009

Comments

Mary MacAskill

There are just so many ways that this layout rocks! Your daughter is beautiful, and that photo is awesome - it's a perfect candidate for an enlargement! Love the white on white paper and the perfectly placed gemstones! And I now think I NEED a screen stamp. I LOVE that! Thanks Laura for playing along and being patient waiting for me while I got myself all organized :)

Wendy Sue

oooh, what a great layout, Laura! Love the huge photo of your beautiful girl and I also love the white on white with little pops of color along the side - beautiful!

Susan Lilian

What a great challenge and example. So beautiful.

Carla

I love, love that pic of Alyssa and she's got cute little blonde highlights in her hair! And I would bet $$ that you got that pic from Costco. I really dig their 8x12 pics.
This is a gorgeous LO Laura...love how you flipped the KI over to make it white..but that would be cool to paint it too...great idea! And I love the stamps with paint...cool look here!

Heather Ruwe

I LOVE this Laura! I love all the little details and I must get that stamp now from Hero Arts...you enabler! I am so glad you guys asked me to join you...thanks again! :)

Sara Rossi

WOW! This is just GORGEOUS!! Alyssa looks adorable--love the highlights in her hair! You're right the white on white makes the other colors all POP--looks AWESOME!! You seriously ROCK this challenge!!

Jackie T

Great Layout! I always get great ideas from you. I have twin granddaughters and this would make a great page of them. Their book is 8x8 so I can even print it at home (their picture) and I have just the one in mind. I also have the KI paper, so I just need to get busy. Thanks again for all the good ideas.
BTW does Costco print 8x12. That would be great.

Lynn Ghahary

That photo of Alyssa is gorgeous! Definitely deserved to be the center of attention on this layout. I love the KI Lace cardstock and the white on white look. Great details!

Melinda

The white one white...absolutely works! Hooray for your geniusness....saved yourself some time just flipping it over- lol! Great layout Laura!

Amy

Great layout! I need to play along one of these days....finally got all my scrapbook stuff unpacked...though I'm still missing a few things.
BTW, loving all the MM stuff at Target lately...the lines are sooo yummy!!!

Leslie

Oh SO super cute!!! You so crack me up with your geniousness - lol!!! I like the white on white with the gem pops - cool! I've never printed a pic that big - you give me inspiration!!

Lisa Howard

Pure genious you are! I would have actually painted the paper BEFORE I realized I could flip it over...oh, who am I kidding...I would have never realized I could use the back...lol! Love the layout and the card! The colors are some of my favorites!

sasha farina

how awesome is that!!! I'll play if I get to developing large photo :D my printer is only up to 4x6, sweet, i know :D

Heather M.

laura, this is gorgeous! wow, love what you did with the lace cardstock - the gems are perfect and i love the white on white! i also love the pop of colour in the stamping and ribbon! gorgeous photo too! you rock!

Jessica

Beautiful layout! I love your stroke of genius :) The color combo is wonderful and I love the large photo!

jakki

LOVE the supersize photo on the layout and you are so right...no journalling needed...

Sandi N.

Laura

Love how your layout turned out using the challenge products. I even have the stamp you used. I picked it up a week ago and have not used it yet.

Heather is a sweet gal. I went to her crop she hosted last weekend. Love all the great goodies and kits she has on her website. And those pop dots I just love them!!!

Sandi N.

Rhonda Steed

that stamp you used is SO COOL!!! Love what you did with this challenge!

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