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Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Year...

Was just getting ready to post scrapbook pages M and N for my "Encyclopedia of an Ordinary Year" project and realized I never posted H, I, K or L!  So here they all are!

H is for Happy:

Ency--H by you.

Credits: Meredith Fenwick: Background Paper from Sweet Notions Kit, Messy Stitches; Miss Mint: Wild Weekend Bubble Wrap Paint; JeannJeann G Design: Pink Brush Stroke Frame; Genevieve Sass: Freestyle Clipping Mask for Photo; Sue Cummins: 4x4 Chalk Frame; Carrie Bombria

I is for Ice Cream:

Ency--I by you.

Background Paper: TracyAnn; Scalloped Graph Paper: Holly McCaig; Curled Edge Paper: GabHappyScraps; White Frame: Creashens at Two Little Pixels; Black Frame: Kristy Ann; Doodled Frame: Michelle Coleman, Hullabaloo; Glitter Circle: MissHunibuni; Blue Glitter: Corina

K is for Kitchen:

Ency--K by you.

Background: Danielle Engebretson, Squares: Robyn England, Paper Strips: Melgen Designs; Arrows: KElfin; Black Ribbon: Jessica Bolton; Orange Ribbon: Little Dreamer Designs; Frame Cluster: Nancy Comelab

L is for Love

Ency--L by you.

Xstitch: Fernlili; identity card: Meredith Fenwick; Love words: Meredith Fenwick, Shabby Princess, Tina Chambers, Christine Renee, Shandy Vogt, Raggetty Joanne, Tiff Brady, Scarlet Heels, CStephens, Retrodiva; Dots: Lisa Whitney, Chalked Full of Fun Kit

M is for nine MONTHS

Ency--M by you.

Background: Anna Aspnes, Something Springy Freebie; Brushstrokes: Sue Cummins of OScraps; Pregnant WordArt: JMcNally; Measuring Tape: Robin Carlton of Sweet Shoppe Designs, Squiggle It Add On; Number Frame: Audrey Neal, Add it Up; Tag: Jessica Bolton, Outnumbered Girl

N is for Nursery:

Ency-N by you.

Credits: Background: Traci Murphy and Audrey Neal; Graphed Letters: Leora Sanford; Plastic Pocket: Holliewood Designs; Postit: Weeds and Wildflowers, Creating Beauty Kit; White Note Strip: Katie Pertiet; Frames: Merkeley Designs at OScraps; Teal Paper: Tangie Baxter


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