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Oh my goodness, I have to tell you that this is one of my most used ecuts! This one has turned into one and two page spreads in probably 30 scrapbooks accross the country! I have so many friends and family that have baby girls and I have made pages for all of them. I pride myself on the fact that every page or set of pages is different, and let me tell you I have made this one in literally tons of different ways! Just print it out a couple of times and you can have the cutest two page spread you have ever seen! Everybody will want one! And these pages, even the "Daddies" are not afraid to admit they love! It's the tools I think! But with the bows even they are pretty in pink! You can even use the tags as flip ups, just put a photo or journaling underneath them and leave them loose except for the brad at the top, then you can swivel them to reveal a cutie or story under neath! You'll have the pages tightened up with this one!
I absolutely loved using this E-cut! I made such a cute page that I did for my daughter. It made creating a very cute page very easy for me to do. I didnt even have to add any extra embellishments to make it look nicer. It truly was a coomplete E-cut to create an entire page.
My daughter her Daddys darling, she could never do any wrong in his eyes. (just ask her husband) (not in my eyes either but I am just the mother) her book is gonna be the best thing when I can find an ending.
I plan to use this one on granddaughters pages.....possibly with "tool brads" as a special accent