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Little Sweetie

Hey guys, Kelli here today with a cute little quickie!  I have been workning on an altered book lately and have several pages started.  This page that I am sharing today is just the bare bones but as soon as I saw this collage sheet, Little Sweeties, I knew I had to use this image!  All of the images on the collage sheet are wonderful but this one just reminded me of all the funny little facial expressions my daughter use to give me when she was younger!  To dang cute!!! 

Like I said it's just the beginnings of a page but I wanted to share it with you today!  LOVE LOVE LOVE this collage sheet!!!


Told ya it was just the bare bones but just imagine where I can go with this!!!!  Thanks for looking and I will show you the completed page with my next project!!!

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  1. CUTE image, Kelli--your book is looking great!

    :)

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  2. Very cute! Can't wait to see the book when you've worked your magic!

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  3. Keep showing us your progress. It will be awesome.

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