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I so relate to your journaling! Just love your stories, Jacynthe! Gorgeous design and mix of patterns, and the photos are so, so sweet!

Very pretty page and fun set of photos! I really enjoyed reading your journaling and your papers and embellishments are great too!

This is a lovely memory! I used to adore Derwent pencils - I MUST scrap about that!! Gorgeous colors on this. Love it!

Fantastic layout Jacynthe and I love the journaling. One of my best gifts ever was that box of 64 Crayola crayons with the built in sharpener. All those fun colours.

Very cute photos of you! And great colours and patterns on the layout. As always I love the look of your title.

Love your LO! The story of the crayons (I loved the box of 64 too), the photos of you as a child, and the LO are all just so sweet.

I LOVE this!! Great journaling and great design! I love that you took a picture of the crayons :)

Project - Le plus beau cadeau *Stash & Childhood* challenges
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Project - Le plus beau cadeau *Stash & Childhood* challenges
by jloubier
posted 03/14/11 at 03:34 PM
Galleries: Scrapbooking

THE BEST GIFT

Stash Challenge # 300 -> My Mind's Eye title tag, Letter stickers, Pre-Printed word, and Pearls (jewels).

Childhood Challenge # 84 -> What we did for fun.

Translated journaling reads:
When I was a little girl, nothing made me happier than to receive a new colouring book and Crayola crayons, especially the box of 64 with built-in sharpener. It seemed to have every colour imaginable, even a white one. Once I had picked out the page I wanted to colour, I would take my time paying close attention not to colour outside the lines. I spent hours and hours of fun colouring.
Many years later, my love of colours and of “not colouring outside the lines”can be seen in my everyday life. At work, I use my collection of Sharpies, in 24 colours, daily. I write with a purple pen. At home, as a hobby, my scrapbooking papers have replaced the crayons, and the style of my pages reflect fairly well my straight-laced side.
Who would have thought that something as simple as Crayola crayons would have had such an influence on my life.


The picture of the box of crayons was downloaded from the internet.

Thank you for looking and for your comments.

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