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Fun in the Sun Hop

Welcome to “Fun In The Sun” Blog Hop! So glad you can join us!

If you are coming from Lucy, then you are in the right spot. If you just happened to stumble upon my site or your reading this via e-mail, please start at MIRANDA'S BLOG so you don’t miss anyone’s amazing projects!
We will be showcasing summer time projects! In addition to seeing some awesome projects, there is some blog candy available too! 

For my project today, I created a CAS (cute and simple) layout:
 a summer layout of Em's first vs to the beach...
A very easy and simple layout...
- Used a "sand" design paper, summer fun embellishment packet and some blue lined pattern paper. Layouts don't have to be riddled with tons of details.
-Let the pictures speak for themselves ie:  She wouldn't go in the sand, she had to stay on the blanket which had to be clean at all times.  And when I finally got her in the water, she wouldn't sit without crying so she ended up sitting on my feet.
- A good layout will always bring back the great memories captured by the camera.

Scrapping for Less is offering a $20 credit to the winner of the hop. You must comment on each stop in order to be eligible to win the credit. Just click on the image below in order to go to group and ask to join. Thanks for hopping with us today.
Make sure to leave a comment on each stop because the winner can be chosen from any of the participants blogs! 
Head over to Scrapping for Less to see what 
Teresa has to offer!!!!

Your next stop is CONNIE!!!!

Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,


  1. oh what precious memories of her first trip. Love the simplicity of the layout. Your photos say it all!!
    Scrappy hugs, Connie

  2. What a wonderful page! She is so adorable! Thanks for being in the hop with me.

  3. Great LO! Em is BEAUTIFUL! Thanks for hopping with me today!!!
    Miranda :)

  4. Em is SOOOO STINKING CUTE! This layout is perfect to document your beach day! Great job!

  5. I like the sand design to give the feel on being on the beach and the LO is such a treasure for you - TFS!

  6. Very cute layout Sandy. I agree with you...let the pictures be the focal point of layouts instead of all of the decoration. Nice job. Your little girl is just precious!

  7. Cute layout!!! Love how you made the water!! I also love that you let the pictures be the focal point - I do the same! It is hard for me to follow sketches, but I prefer seeing the photos first, then the decorations!!!

  8. Sandy what an adorable layout... of course she stole the show on you though! ADORABLE. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Cute layout and even cuter baby.

  10. sometimes simple ROCKS I love simple! Cute baby, cute layout! TFS

  11. I agree wi your comments about the pics being the focus of the layout. Love this one by the way! I would probably have to add a journaling box to record the story. Very cute baby!

  12. Awe, so adorable.

    marg0006 at Verizon dot net

  13. Adorable layout that showcases some adorable photos!

  14. What an adorable layout! This is such a fun hop!

  15. Love your layout but the little cutie in the pics stole the show!!!

  16. Cute layout. SUPER cute baby! ;-) Thanks for sharing.

  17. Super cute layout!!!Very pretty lil one!!!

  18. What a cutie she is. I love the way you did your LO> Very true. The pictures did the talking.,

  19. love layout , very beautifull baby

  20. Great pics and wonderful layout. Your showcasing of a wonderful moment is great! Thank you for sharing :)

  21. Great layout! I love the wave across the bottom!

  22. What a great summer layout!



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