Scrapbooking Global January Blog Hop

This month our Theme is courtesy of DT member Cynthia McQueen is New Beginnings.

I’ll be really interested to know where this challenge has taken everyone on the blog hop because it can have a wide scope of possibilities in the subject I reckon!

Heres my take on the challenge.

I’ve scrapbooked photos of my corn in my garden. Ive developed a passion for raising my own vegetables from seed and my horde of seeds is growing just as fast as my scrapbooking supplies!

Supplies used are; Annual Catalogue- Pattern Party Masks (144103),, White Embossing Paste (141979), Journaling Pen (145480), Garden Shed stamp set (149247) : Jan-June Mini Catalogue-Painted Poppies Stamp set (151599), Poppy Moments Dies (151594), Braided Border Punch (151294), Peaceful Poppies DSP (151324), Garden Gateway Dies (151512)

So off we go on to the next blog on our hop today. Off to see Sherry Roth.

Click on the little Blue box below to see the full list of participants in this blog hop and enjoy the inspiration!

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  1. Cynthia McQueen

    Seeing your page just warmed my heart. I grew up in my Grandmother’s large garden canning and freezing vegetables every summer. What great memories. Your page is very nice, I love all the terrific elements.

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  2. Sharon Dalton

    I adore this take on the New Beginnings…Seeing anything grow from a seedling is such a great joy.. I love eating corn!!! Hope you have a bumper crop!!
    Thanks Delys for your BEAUTIFUL layout and being a part of this Wonderful team ❤
    Cheers Shaz

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