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Paper cutz challenge #80 / A Child's Year

I made this little basket as a request from my 5 yr. old for his bedroom. I used A Child's year, & tried to select images that reflected his personality. The colors match his bedroom, & I kept it very simple so that he can fill it with his little trinkets & not have to fuss with it too much. The paper & ribbon have been in my stash for ages-but I love the colors & hope it lasts at least a few months! The white base is cardstock from Walmart. I am amazed at how good this paper is considering the low price (BONUS!!) I am entering this into the challenge at Papercutzchallenge. The challenge was to make a Spring-theme project using any color. TFL!







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  1. These are awesome!! I love them!
    Gina

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  2. Hola Raquel!! eras muy bienvenida en mi blog!!! por cierto, que lindo blog tienes!! me da gusto conocerte, estare por aqui seguido (:
    Saludos desde Argentina!
    Agus

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  3. Super-cute! Thanks for playing along at the PCC!

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  4. Me again!! I have an award for you at my blog!! ginascraftingspot.com
    :)

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