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    Inspiration: The Hello Kitty umbrella inspired the theme for the whole page.

    The scrapbook paper is from K & Co. Greenhouse Pad and Me & My Big Ideas Mambi Sheets. The kitty with the heart and the one with the umbrella are from Cricut Hello Kitty cartridge. The paisley image is from Stretch Your Imagination. The title “I Love You” is from Create a Critter. The title “Purrfect” is made with the font cartridge Ashlyn’s Alphabet. The frames are from Elegant Edges. I used a Martha Stewart loops heart border punch as well. I love to scrap with professional photos! This was fun.

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    Inspiration: It was a beautiful summer day and so we went for a walk at the wonderful Stanley Park that was celebrating it’s 125th anniversary. The gardens are great there.

    This scrapbook paper is from K & Co. TC Cottage Garden. The butterfly is from Cheerful Season, the sunflower is from Art Nouveau and I used a Martha Stewart circle punch called rounded leaf to mat one picture. I used the leaf border punch to mat another. I inked, embossed and raised the Cricut images.

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    Inspiration: The beautiful white horses and the buggy ride at Stanley Park and the red trim on the reins and bridle.

    This scrapbook paper is from K & Co. Black & Ivory Stack and Recollections Blackjack Stack. The large frame is from Elegant Edges. The horse and carriage and the horse and wagon images are from Cricut Heritage cartridge. The red borders are from Ornamental Iron. I used a Martha Stewart circle punch to embellish the page.  This was fun as I do not often get to scrap horses.

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    Inspiration: The red roses in these photos in the rose garden inspired the flower image.

    The scrapbook paper is from K & Co. Specialty Paper Pad. This rose image is from Cricut cartridge Sophie. The pretty leaf is from Cricut Be Young. The title “Beautiful” and its tag are from Lacy Labels. I used a Martha Stewart pansy punch for some borders.

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    Inspiration: This beautiful park and the blue shirt inspired my paper selections for this page.

    The scrapbook papers for this page are from K&Co. SW Botanical, AC Botanical # Summer, GCD SplendorWoven Chevron, GCD Bonjour Au Revoir. The title “Summer” is from Sesame Street Seasons.

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    Inspiration: The sunflowers and the watering can.

    These scrapbook papers are from Paper Chatterbox Inc. – Wonderful Linen Floral and DCWV Spring Glitter Stack. The great sunflower is from Just Because Cards, the watering can is from Cricut Kate’s ABCs, the title “Adorable” is from The First Few Years and the frame is from Elegant Edges. I used Martha Stewart double loops border punch and her large garden trellis punch.

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    Inspiration: The colours and papers were inspired by the enormous tree trunks. The raised leaf patterns were inspired by a card I saw on Pinterest.

    The scrapbook paper is from Steampunk Botanica by Recollections and Paper Studio Natural Botanicals. I used a Martha Stewart leaf punch and lifted the panels for a 3D look. I used Cricut Elegant Edges for the photo frames.

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    Inspiration: We drove out to see the new Port Mann Bridge in Vancouver,  built right beside the old bridge. I took these pictures through the windshield of the car while we were travelling fast, so I was shocked at how well the pics turned out!

    The scrapbook paper is from DCWV Le Blanc Stack. The bridge image is from Cricut Destinations. I used a 24″ mat for this. The sun image is actually a frame from Fancy Frames. The photo frames are from Elegant Edges. The little cars and trucks are from Cricut Beep Beep cartridge.  I also used a Martha Stewart bangle chain punch for the orange border. I embossed and lifted the bridge to be 3D. I think this page turned out rather dramatic and I like it.

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    Inspiration: When I was living in Vancouver there was a beached juvenile humpback whale that passed away. He was on the beach in White Rock all day until the tide came in and he could be towed out to sea. It was sad for sure, but I knew that this would be the only time in my life I would ever see a whale up this close.  They are not very good pics, but it was emotional for me.

    The scrapbook paper is from DCWV Hey Sailor Stack. I used Kiwi Lane templates for the movement of the water. The title “Just Saying Goodbye” is from Cricut Lyrical Letters. The whale image is from Everyday Pop Up cards.

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    Inspiration: We were playing tourist in our own city and went to the Burnaby Museum with many heritage buildings. This is an old Royal Bank branch. The wood tones and heritage buildings influenced my choice of colours and papers.

    This scrapbook paper is from Momenta. The wonderful money image is from Cricut Father’s Day cartridge. I used a Martha Stewart Flourish Lace border punch for mats and borders on this page.

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    Inspiration: The gas pump, vintage car and bikes in this machine shop inspired the images I chose for this page.

    This scrapbook paper is from Tim Holtz Lost & Found Pad. The yellow paper is from Basic Grey Soleil. The wonderful gas pump is from Cricut Nifty 50’s cartridge. The antique car is from Wrap It Up. These Heritage style pages are a big change for me.

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    Inspiration: This old newspaper office and the printing press inspired the paper for this page. I met my husband while working for the local newspaper, so this building was very interesting to us.

    The scrapbook paper is from Graphic 45 Times Nouveau and DCWV Tattered Time. I found this newspaper image in Cricut Love You a Latte cartridge! Delighted! I added the -30- at the end because it is an old newspaper code that was typed by reporters at the end of every story, so that the editors would know that was the end – no more copy to follow.

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    Inspiration: All of the wonderful old items in this General Store. I used hertige paper for these museum pics.

    This scrapbook paper is from DCWV Heirloom Stack. I used Kiwi Lane templates on this page. The antique camera image is from Cricut Heritage cartridge.  The General Store is from Old West. I used a marker for the details on the General Store and embossed and raised some images and pics.

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    Inspiration: The globe, desks and blackboards in this one room school house. I remember desks like this.  Although I never went to a one room school, my classrooms looked just like this and I think it will be a good look for my old school pictures.

    This scrapbook paper is from Recollections Trader Jane. The vintage desk is from Cricut Heritage cartridge and the frame is from Elegant Edges. I used up some old stickers on this page.

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    Inspiration: There is a wonderful antique Merry-Go-Round preserved inside a building at this museum. You can still take a ride on it. We took a panorama picture of it. I liked the antique looking paper with gears for this page.

    The scrapbook paper is from Recollections Steampunk Botanica Stack. The horse image is from Cricut Carousel. I used the Martha Stewart alphabet punch for the title and the swirling lace punch set for the picture frame.

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    Inspiration: The red antique street car in the Burnaby Museum.

    The scrapbook paper is from American Crafts Travel Pack. The street car or train image, the railroad sign and the title “Photo Op” are all from Cricut CM Traveler. The frames are from Elegant Edges.

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    Inspiration: The interior of this street car was hunter green and beautifully polished wood and orange upholstery on the first class section at the front of the car.

    This scrapbook paper is so old I do not know where I got it. I used Kiwi Lane scallops on this page and the railroad tracks and railroad sign are from Cricut cartridge My Community.

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