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Friday Layout Day "Love is in the Air"


 Hello Scrapbook friends! So glad you can join us today. This is Teresa from over at Fresh and Renewed and I am going to share an archived layout from my huge stack of layouts I have created that have yet to be blogged about or even yet to be put into the scrapbook.

Tip of the day: Don't let your scrapbook layouts pile up until you don't even know where you are in your oh so ever OCD chronological scrapping. OH MY!

I love this layout...My husband with 2 of our children and then with all the grands. Can't get much better than that to express "Love is in the Air" now can you?



Thank you so very much for stopping by today. Don't forget to join us in our "Love is in the Air" challenge. Our Design Team Call is also ongoing...Information can be found at the top of the blog.


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

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