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Die Cut Monday

Hello and welcome to all my scrappy and crafty friends. Barbara here with a simple layout using die cuts. My grandson knows the names of each of the balls for different sports except golf. When he plays golf he calls it hockey. That is because he goes to his dad's hockey games pretty often and is most familiar with hockey.

  MY TIP: Sometimes simple is better on a layout so that your photos take center stage. Use embellishments to help tell your story.

Here is my completed layout.

Recipe
number patterned paper
two colors of green cardstock
CTMH artbooking cricut cartridge

I cut each of the balls at 3 inches, i cut both the base and the upper layer for the baseball and soccer ball and just the upper layer for the football.
I tore and inked the bottom green layer then placed the balls along the bottom leaving room for journaling. 
This layout will be a treasure for years to come because it tells a great story.
Show us a page where you let the embellishments tell part of the story.
Thanks for looking.
Comments and questions are always welcome.
Hope you have a scrapbook blessings kind of day.
Barbara
Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,

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