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Never have I scrapped so quickly. I mean I finished 2 Layouts in 1.5 hours. They just came together by themselves. This is so not a norm with me. I usually can spend anywhere from 2 to 4 hours on one LO. But these were quick.

My sister (finally) scanned and emailed me some old photos yesterday. She's sent two of our childhood photos (one I already had), one of my mom's as a baby, one of our kitty when she was a baby. We had taken her to the photo studio to get her photographed LOL I adore that photo. We lost the kitty a couple of days after I moved to the US. There are whole bunch of other photos too.

I love this one of the three of us. It was taken in Haridwar when we visited back in 1999. I am on the left, my little sister in the center (she looks so tiny), and elder one at the right. I have shared LOs of my elder sister and my neice here before. This is the first one of my younger sis! I didn't have any of her pics before. Now, my brother will feel left out LOL I'll have one of his too. Also, there is one photo that will surprise one of my readers. Stay tuned :)

Sisters



Credits:
Everything here is by Diamante Designs Envy kit available at The Digi Shoppe.

Little Boys Are Made In Heaven


My sweet little boy 2 Days Old.

Credits:
Everything is from Diamante Designs.
All papers, paint stroke, fabric tag, wood plate, bow, stitching, and staples from her Secret Garden kit.
Handle with Care tag is from her Handle With Care lables.
The flower (recolored) from her Envy Elements.

All available here at The Digi Shoppe.

Comments

Sene said…
Hi,
Both the LO's very nice. Mehul's looking sooo cute! The "Handle with care", the flower...everything perfect. Good job!
Sisters one is also good. And yeah! Cheena looks so small. How fast time flies!!

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