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A layout yet again :)

Hope you all had a great Christmas holiday with family and friends and hopefully you are gearing up to welcome the new year :)

I am on a layout frenzy right now. So addicted :)

2012 has been a very significant year in my life - lots of good things happened this year - furniture shopping, home renovation, DH got a promotion and we even invested a little bit(something that takes a back seat most of the time :)) but the best part has been the birth of my little angel, Aadya.

So, here's a layout capturing her 3 months. I simply love this picture of hers :)




  Supplies: pattern paper: MME -Stella & Rose( Hattie "Remember" Roses Paper, Gertie Papers 6X6)! stamps: MME(Dolled up "Favorite" Stamps); inks: Hero Arts (Neon Pink), Jenni Bowlin(Chewing gum, Cough syrup); Embellishments: MME-Follow your heart "Be Happy"(Buttons, Rhinestones)

I used the sketch at MME December Challenge#2 Sketch and the theme at PPS December Challenge - 2012 A Review.

Hope you like it! Thanks for visiting today!

Comments

  1. She is so cute :) Looks cuter in person..... Amazing layout :)love all that bright pink

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  2. Awesome layout.Your baby is super cute and I love the papers used

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  3. This layout is amazing! aadya looks such a darling!
    Super cute! <3 :)

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  4. This is such a cute Lo Ujjwal!....Your daughter looks such a sweetie pie :)...Love the way you used your embellishments!

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  5. beautiful layout, n even more beautiful baby.......love those multicolored rhinestones n how u've used them

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  6. Wow lovely Ujjwal. I made a scrapbook for each of my kids and like you, I recorded everything and filled it with gorgeous photos. Your scrapbook is coming along so well. What was interesting is how my crafting style evolved from 2009 (when my son was born) to 2011 (when my daughter came along). I frequently look back and marvel at the transition. Keep it going, little girls will treasure these things forever!
    Crafting Till The Crack of Dawn

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  7. Wow, i'm in love with all the colored blings.

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  8. really love this one, ujjwal! such a cutie baby! :)

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