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August 24, 2009


Shawna S.

Beautiful page Sharon. And I love those button bottles. Looks like candy all lined up. Well, guess it is. For paper candy! Happy Day!

Jody Morrow

Your girls are just adorable and that scrap page is AWESOME!

Your buttons look so pretty! Makes you want to run your fingers through them! heehee

Jenn E.

Happy first day, Sharon! Color me jealous! ;) Hope you had a fun weekend!


How do you do a digi page? I can't seem to figure it out. I have some of shabby Miss Jen's designs. Thanks. I really love it.

chriss blagrave

A precious memory to treasure for sure! Love the apple paper using those colours.
Love the PTI button storage system you have shared. I have recently begun to order the buttons too and I may "case" your storage idea. They look so pretty!

Savor the Journey

You are SO on the ball with scrapping the first day of school! Kudos, indeed! And it's great to know that the PTI buttons fit perfectly into these bottles!

Ms. Kreative, I've left a Kreative Blogger's award for you today on my blog! (Only because you know I believe that you deserve it!)


Marie M  Gruenke

What a great idea Thanks mmgstamper


Great page! I LOVE your embellishments. They look so dimensional. Where did they come from? Or are they actually Copic's at work????? Or should I say you at work!

Nancy J

Your page is fabulous! I really thought it had real buttons, ribbon and everything. You know, the 3-D kind. I tease my friend who is totally into digi scraping that she is doing "fake" scrapbooking while I do the REAL thing. We laugh about that. She has done some amazing pages!

I prefer to work with real buttons - like the ones you have in the cute little jars. They are just gorgeous! I bet you can get a lot of inspiration by just looking at them and smiling. OK, I'm goofy that way but I love looking at my pretties.

Good luck to your girls in school. My boys (last 2 remaining in school) started last Monday. 8th & 11th grades. Too old for "first day of school photos". LOL

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