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March 24, 2014

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Tracey

Love how many pictures you have on here!! This is a fantastic double-pager!!

Heather Crawford

Blowing me away with all of your awesome layouts! These are my favorite to do too..I use those full page templates a lot due to your inspiration! Awesome stuff here!

Diana Waite

love that you have a TON of pictures on there--WAY to use that Echo Park line--I used it on a layout for my Alyisa's birthday a couple of years ago too!

Michelle

This is so cool, Laura!! That collage you used for the left page is one of my favorites. I have used it several times.

Ruth G

Yep, I'd be scrapping for pages with that many photos with not a whole lot of depth of journaling about what's going on. I love that you show how to create a fabulous layout with lots of pictures! Thanks so much for all you share!

Natalie (QSOgirl)

I love photo collages, too! It's so awesome to be able to combine so many images and still have everything look tidy and pretty! This layout is so cheerful! :)

Nicole N.

You rock the double pages my friend. I love your title work and yes, use up those enamel dots :)

Gilda

Love your photo collage pages, Laura!

SandraA

Love these pages. It's hard to believe you were able to get so many pictures on them. Perfect recipe for documenting event scrapbooking. I too have gotten into enamel dots; no layout seems complete without them now. You're lucky you received many to work with. I look forward to seeing them on layouts.

Alison

Laura, I love your two page spread! I am in the market for a new cutting system and wondered if you are using a manual or electronic machine for your lettering. the cursive word font is my favorite. Thanks!

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