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DS2 in 2010 when he was 9 1/2 after his brother opened all his birthday gifts, apparently he figured as a little brother he was/is the gift that keeps on giving! (I'm going to have to tell them that one, they are 15 and almost 14 yo now, I'm sure the oldest will be thrilled at that!!)

I managed to combine four challenges on this page, even though I wasn't even sure how many challenges I'd get to do this month!

1) June/July Using Larger Photos: it's a 5x7
2) July Sewing w/twist stitch on photo: The shapes on the upper right.
3) July Sticker w/twist shape sticker (almost) all the pieces between the tag and the photo are stickers (squares), the 100% PLAY is a 3D sticker, and the letters for his name are stickers.
4) July 4 Categories - Category 1: Mixed Media w/twist use two or try something new. The green "paint" is actually glaze, which was a new thing for me, and the hexagons on the upper left are alcohol ink mixed into modeling paste and I used a stencil I made a couple of years ago for the shaping.

**The stickers for his name are MM Chunky Meadow, the ittyist bittyist plain green sticker above the "Boy oh Boy" is AC: Remarks: Bleeker Street Fabric Stickers, the Ric Rak is a scrap pack from the Paper Studio, the modeling paste is Liquitex, the dark green polka dot ribbon is from Craft Essentials (Mos/Wht), and finally, the 3D sticker above the photo and all the other stickers are mysteries to me. I'm don't know where I got them, I don't know who made them, but I do know the flat and the 3D stickers apparently are from the same "set," because they match and have identical (except for the 3D part) stickers...I'm thoroughly confused and I'd rather scrapbook than go through every photo on the Internet based on Googling "Boy Stickers." =) Although I will say I THINK they came from sb.com, but it's a discontinued line.


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