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Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons, Pretty Good Friends!

Hello! I’m up on the Pretty Paper, Pretty Ribbons blog today sharing a Design Team project (and obviously here, too, with a few more details.) If you didn’t hop with us yesterday I definitely recommend checking out all inspired projects, picking up a number of freebies and possibly winning some blog candy (go here to get started or here if you are hopping through and want to see my post)! 

One of the things that I love about using Lisa’s files is that she has created some cuts that support the many books and series (movie and TV) that my family loves. Harry Potter is very high on that list. My kids are teens now, but when the movies and books were coming out, they were pretty young so Lisa’s cute images of young wizards are perfect for documenting our love of the series!

My layout today celebrates the fact that through the help of our friends my daughter and I were able to see the opening show of the last movie. Here’s my page:

Get By full_DT

Not a terribly fancy, involved or amazing layout, but still one that tells the story I wanted to remember about that night. I used: 

Wizard Academy Cutting Files

for the Hermione cut,

I used:

Photo Frames 3 Cutting Files

for the film strip behind the photos,

I used:

Tab Shapes Cutting Files

for the tab on the journaling block that hides behind the photo of my daughter

and all the patterns throughout my page are from:

Wizard Academy Pattern Pack

Here’s a photo of the journaling:

Get by JournalingDet_DT

It’s so fun to be able to print and cut so that I have the perfect papers and colors every time! This page came together very quickly and easily because of that!

Thanks so much for stopping by and I hope the rest of your weekend is great!

Happy scrapping!

Ruth

P.S. I used a sketch from Paper Issues Sketchy Saturday for my layout (it’s based on a layout by Lisa Dickinson and I loved the grid – are you seeing a pattern here?) I just turned the sketch 90 degrees.

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