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Valentines Window Shaker Card

Here is a flashback Valentines card that I made my Hubby a few years ago. It is a super cute card that I can’t take full credit for as it was inspired by a card that was made by Jennifer McGuire but I’d like to think that the changes that I made help make this card my own ๐Ÿ™‚

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Fall Baby Scrapbook pages

Here are a few more pages from a baby book I had made for family friends. It is the fall and Halloween pages.ย  I call it a growth chart book. I also give a Teddy bear with the book and for a year, every month and holiday the parents take a photo of baby with the bear and then they have a record of how much baby grew in their first year. Other pages can be found here https://mymessycraftroom.me/2018/08/31/monkey-fun/

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“Forest Friends, Happy Birthday”

This card was an experiment. When I originally saw the video for Karen Burnistons Cascading Tag card {see card “Back to the Beach” from Aug 17,18} my brain started churning if she could do that with the Adirondack chair die, what could I do with the Garden Bench die {see cardย “Friends” from Aug 30, 18}, I assumed that in theory that it should work, long story short, it didn’t, well not as well as the Adirondack chair turning into a cascading tag card but I did come up with this.

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Back to the Beach

So apparently I enjoy making beach cards, this is a card that I made my brother a while back, we spent many hours on beaches when we were growing up. If you are wondering why I have a bear instead of a frog or a crab or something else that one would possibly see on a beach, that’s because on our beaches we were more likely to come across a bear.

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