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Seemark - 10/02/2013 16:50:52
   
Monet's garden
We visited this fab garden a few years back now but I've only just got round to scrapbooking it (well I wasn't into scrapbooking back then). It's a stunning garden and so much bigger than I expected, there was so much to see. If you ever get the opportunity to visit it's certainly worthwhile. I know I've used a lot of photos but couldn't figure out how to do the page using less (and you have no idea just how many I left out!) - and I really don't think I'm at the stage where I could manage a double page spread! Thanks for any comments you may choose to leave, I welcome them all whether positive or negative.
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Cherub - 10/02/2013 17:25:29
   
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Its a Gorgeous Garden and love your page. x x
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Nannybroomsticks - 10/02/2013 18:27:15
   
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This on my bucket list of things to do before..........! Not just because of Monet the artist, teaching children about him in my career or that it is in France! Just because it is a garden and all of the latter!Have seen a few of the original paintings, especially those when his eyesight was failing and would love to see them for real. OH is also a fan of gardens and artists so it's a no brainer really. Now just to get our a..es in gear ans sort it! You have inspired us to start looking into going. It is a lovely page. I don't think there is anything wrong in doing it when and if you are ready to do it. I must a have a hundred or so such pages in my brain waiting for the right time. Thanks for this!
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Toucan Scraps - 24/02/2013 17:04:26
   
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lovely page. I scrapped Monet's gardens a few years ago, it covered three 8x8 pages: a 2 pager about the gardens and then an extra page about the wedding we saw there - I scrapped 12 photos. It is part of a large album of our Europe Tour, or will be when I've finally done loads more pages of all the other places, It's barely 10% complete. We only did our tour in 2000.
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Toucan Scraps - 24/02/2013 17:04:26
   
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lovely page. I scrapped Monet's gardens a few years ago, it covered three 8x8 pages: a 2 pager about the gardens and then an extra page about the wedding we saw there - I scrapped 12 photos. It is part of a large album of our Europe Tour, or will be when I've finally done loads more pages of all the other places, It's barely 10% complete. We only did our tour in 2000.
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Busy creating happy confident and creative children. Crafting, Painting and DigiScrapping in my spare time.
[url=http://colestoucan.blogspot.com/:japmqaaz]My Blog[/url:japmqaaz]