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Saturday, July 27, 2013


Hello blogging friends!  It has been more than a month since my last post - sorry!  It has been an insane month at work so haven't had a chance to be creative - boo hoo!  But alas!  I finally got a break this weekend, dusted off some paper, and tested my memory to see if I still knew how to create.

We have a new Team Designer over at http://soul-scrappers.ning.com/  she is doing a challenge called Scrap lift, something totally different for me. I'm always up for a challenge.

Each month she will be adding a different page to scrap lift and you are welcome to take whatever you can from the scrap lift example…….it could be the title, the colors, the embellishments, or even scrap lift the whole page…..

Here is Cheryl's first scraplift.


                                                                    



                                                            








Here is my take on her Lift.
              















Here is her second Lift.
                                 

Here is mine take on here challenge scraplift.


 

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Archi-scraps

            
        Archi-Scraps,

July Challenge is a Bit Pointy:

Well, here is something completely different.
 
This spiral building is in Cambodia .
Our inspiration for this month will test you. Some suggested spirals or pointy things, someone else said an ice cream cone .Our added criteria this month is to use a PIN.
 
                            
 
It's been awhile since I have played along with Julene's   Archi- Scraps.
 
I had this perfect photo, which was taken over Munich Germany.
It was taken by Hannah , when she was on her Germany Class trip.
March 2012
Back in 1972 Munich hosted the Summer Olympia's.
 
Olympia Park
Munich Germany
My pins are on the black arrows.

Thanks Julene, I got another page done for  Hannah's
Germany Album

Back in 1972 Munich hosted the Summer Olympia's.

The Olympic Park in northern Munich is well known beyond the borders of the capital city. The unique tent architecture of the buildings and the Olympic Tower are some of Munich’s well known landmarks. After the Olympic Games in 1972, a 300-hectare-sized park was developed into a recreation center for the entire city. Joggers, cyclists, and walkers take their laps here, and swimmers do lengths in the Olympic swimming facility.

Thanks for stopping by.
Have a wonderful week:)
Mary

                                                  


                
 
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