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Posted on: Monday, 13 April 2009, 10:52pm
Comment by: BluebonnetScraps

Greetings from Richardson, TX -- yes! the bluebonnets are blooming here. I just sent a pm to you; please let me know what you think!! Take care . . .

Posted on: Monday, 16 March 2009, 11:42am
Comment by: TripletMother

Thanks for leaving a comment in my profile! How do I find time to scrap?? I find any couple of minutes I have to scrap. My scraproom and laundry room are combined so if I go to do a load of laundry, I will try to spend an extra few minutes working on a lo. Otherwise I go to crops once a month and when the kids are sleeping!

Posted on: Wednesday, 4 March 2009, 2:12pm
Comment by: jenabeescrappin

Hi there! I just saw your comment on my profile - to answer your question, I haven't done too many LDS pages yet, just one missionary double LO and a couple of baby blessings. I like to use black patterned papers, I especially like CTMH papers like Silhouette. You can find a few of the ones I have done in my gallery. I hope that helps - let me know if you have any questions!

Posted on: Friday, 13 February 2009, 6:54am
Comment by: Megan - ForumTech

Saving favorite topics. :) When you're in a topic, scroll waaaaaaaaaaay down to the bottom of the page, and look in the lower right. You'll see Add to favorite topics. Then, you can get to them from My Place later.

Posted on: Saturday, 7 February 2009, 9:08am
Comment by: CatScrapsHere

I think that what I would do is go into the gallery here and under lo's, click on Themes and then Heirloom and look at the lo's there. Also, you can do a search and try plugging in Heritage or Family History. And on your dh's pics, I would ask him about each of them if you can. I've been doing that with some of my dad's pics so that I can have something to say about them for my kids. Not sure about the mission photos. Do you have a lot of them and lots to say about them? You may just want to keep it simple with a series of pics down one side of the page and your journaling down the other side. I hope this has been helpful. I'd love to see what you come up with. :)

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