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Hope you all had a great start to the week!! I surely did because I made my second layout ever :D . I have to admit that scrapbooking is very addictive. I made this using the sketch at Hero Arts and incorporated stitching for Alice's Stitching challenge at Yvonne's blog.

 Close up of the picture  
Close up of the little bit of stamping & stitching
the journaling
 Supplies: papers: Echo Park Papers(Playground,Springtime);stamps: Hero Arts(Speckled Ornaments); ink: Momento (lady bug), Unity Co.(Viridian Leaf), Element stickers from Echo Park Springtime collecton

I have stayed in Hostel for 8 long years and have a lots of pictures from college time. I guess its time I showed them some love. I am thinking of making an album for all the layout that I create in the coming days. Lets see when that happens. As for now, I am in love with the Echo Park Papers and you will see more of them here for days to come.
Hope you like it! Thanks for playing!

Comments

  1. so very pretty........it must be nice to cherish those memories.

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  2. Very pretty,love the stitching:)

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  3. love d journalling style :)nice layout !!

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  4. Beautiful layout.......I am really digging that brown lace and the stitching. Nicely done.

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  5. love this LO,,love the stitching,journaling and the picture..great elements put together to make a wonderful LO!

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  6. I love your handwriting and thats a lovely layout.

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  7. your stitching is amazing! love the whimsical design, too. fabulous layout!! thank you so much for playing along! =)

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  8. This is very pretty! Love the mix of papers and the stitching! :)

    Thanks for playing along with my guest Alice's stitching challenge!

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  9. wow.. beautiful layout... i am in love with your stiching.. i ahve never tried that.. i know lots of work to be put in for stitching...

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  10. Super super cute!! Your hostel layouts are reminding me of my college days..this journaling reminds me of my room-mate of 3 yrs...she left while I had another year to go...I think if I ever make a layout with my hostel days, the only title I can think of, "Those were the best days of my life" and head-banging to the beats of that song!!! ( I used to do that too, we had MIT nearby to give us rock concerts year after year!!)

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  11. very pretty layout.... loved the way the themed PP have been used for the memorable moment!! well captured :)

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  12. Soo beautiful!.. LOVE the LO!.. I am scrapping my school yrs too!.. :)
    Your layouts are soo much better than mine.. and I LOVE my layouts! ;)

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  13. Such a sweet lovely LO of wonderful college days.. wonderful doodle stitching. Love the stamping too.. and pic is just lovely

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  14. Ujjwal, I'm glad you made another layout! This one with EP papers is amazing! I love the journaling and of course your amazing stitching.

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  15. gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous layout Ujjwal... love every bit of the detailing... that lace is so so pretty!!! the flourishes and flowers stamps in the corner and the stitching is totally rocking!!!

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