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My newest font discovery. Check this out! Isn't it the Coolest Font Ever! Best thing, it's FREE. LOL!

Download here

Used it in both these layouts.

123 Play

Background: Meredith Fenwick
Slide: Marcie Reckinger Rustic Autumn
Leaf: Marcie Reckinger Rustic Autumn
Buttons: Marcie Reckinger Rustic Autumn
Clock Element: Marcie Reckinger Rustic Autumn
Binder Clip: Marcie Reckinger Rustic Autumn
Florish: Michelle Coleman
Flower: Michelle Coleman
Ribbon: Diamante Designs
Frames: Anna Aspens Work hard play hard
Spiral Brush: Diamante Designs
Flower Overlay: Diamante Designs
Paint Circle: Ash Scraps
Play Alpha: Meredith Fenwick Grungy Alpha
123 and Inspire Font: Retro Rock Poster

Rock The House

Background: (Slightly Recolored) Miki Ferkul's Vagabond at SBE
Envelope and Coin purse: Miki Ferkul's Stuff It at SBE
Swirl: Miki Ferkul's Spirits Enlightened at SBE
Grungy Frame: Anna Aspens Work Hard Play Hard
Butterfly: Amber Clegg's Charmed Freebie
Fonts: Retro Rock Poster

We've got a potluck this evening. I'm taking Paneer Capsicum Jalfrazie. Yummer.


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