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Monika Wright

Oh, Christa, how awesome that you've already embraced Japan as home away from home. What a lovely layout.

Penny Douphinett

I love to use multiple photos as well whether my subject is one event or more than one person. Scrapbooking 6 children and 2 grandsons makes for crowded photos. Here are links to several of my multi-photo pages.
http://forum.paperwishes.com/album.php?albumid=224&pictureid=7458

http://forum.paperwishes.com/album.php?albumid=224&pictureid=7459

http://forum.paperwishes.com/album.php?albumid=224&pictureid=5291

Donna Rawbone

Great ideas - as always.

Jude

So glad to see the photos are what catches your eye first & the other enhancements are secondary!!!
Grrrrrrrrrrrrreat job!!!

Tracey

What a gorgeous page!!! I love to do multi-photo spreads. So much easier since I discovered printing photos in smaller sizes!!

Michelle

Great l/o... thanks for sharing!! :-)

Renee VanEpps

Great LO!!! I will most definitely try this out!

Tracey McNeely

Beautiful page, thanks for the inspiration.

Beneta

Love your use of smaller photos. I try to do the same with my layouts.
Hope you enjoy Japan.

Dorina D

What a fun layout and I love how you used the smaller photos as embellishments as well as telling the story and that with all the pics, you could incorporate the journaling. Thanks for sharing the fun.

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