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May 30, 2012

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Deneen

Great layout Laura! What size did you print your photo's?

Michelle

This is so darn cute. I love the stacked, mixed font titles too. Sadly, no Silhouette. The starbursts are really cool and I love the little bit of misting you added.

Diana Waite

this is FABULOUS--LOVE the cuts! you are dedicated to instagram the way you do it! :)

Shannon Wyman

What a fantastic layout! You do go through quite the procedure for instagram, but the results are so worth it!

I am new to your blog, so I am off to check things out!!

Kathy Martin

I love it! That's a cool KB design! :)

Ruth G

Laura, I love: the yardsticks, the sunbursts, the paper flowers, the colors, the mixed font title (I just did a project for the 8th grade graduating class at our school using Kerri's School Years and also her Graphically Speaking cartridge for titles - I've gotten nothing but compliments and hugs for my efforts and Kerri's awesome designs! I didn't take pictures of it as my kids have been sick pretty much since I got it put up, but maybe someday you'll see my work up on my Pinterest...) Anyway, thanks so much for sharing this cool LO!!!

Sara Rossi

These pics never fail to crack me up! Ummm, I have a confession to make--I am ADDICTED to Instagram! ;) While I love your traditional linear pages this one is fantastic!

Carla

omg, I love these pics and how you scraped them! Its like you have a grid LO but not too grid-y. KWIM ;)
I really love those sunbursts! Such a cute way to use them on a page!
and yes, Sara is addicted!

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