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I felt I needed a sketch to work with and had a poke around.  I liked the one over at Sketch'n'Scrap.

I was working with my Counterfeit Kit for July.  I thougth I hadn't really used much washi this month so along with the sketch I wanted to use lots of washi...

I switched the stars in the sketch for washi circles, and the layers of paper for acetate.

I love how this has turned out, it makes me smile, and so it's probably a sketch I'll use over and over.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Oh, I love it!!! Very cute photos an I like circles!!!
    Thanks to joining us at Sketch N Scrap!!!!

  2. What a fun sketch :) Awww sure is a cutie :)

  3. How creative! Love your layout and your take on the sketch! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

  4. Great page. I love the circles and how you carried that from the paper. The photos are absolutely cheek pinching cute!

    Have a wonderful, creative week.


  5. What a cutie:)

    Love the LO

  6. Oh my goodness! Everything about this page is adorable! It is also very eye-catching! Thank you so much for sharing your work with us at Sketch N Scrap!

  7. adorable!!!! Thanks so much for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!!

  8. Wow, this evokes a happy response from the viewer. Well scrapped.

  9. Absolutely love the happy scrappy circles!
    Delightful, whimsical & FUN plus a darling baby?
    Perfection :~)

  10. Que página fofa, Laura! Adorei!

  11. Great use of your washi Laura and what adorable photo's! Your layout turned out light and fun and I am so glad you shared it with us at Sketch N Scrap. xx

  12. How adorable! Love the circles, thanks for sharing with Sketch-N-Scrap

  13. Love those washi circles! I've never seen that before. Too cute. Thanks for playing along with us at Sketch N Scrap!

  14. I LOVE this!! Wonderful page!

    Thanks for joining us at SNS :-)

  15. Lovely! The simplicity of your layout with the pops of color in the circles is fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

  16. I'm loving the bright circles on this page!


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