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All About Me...Well Me & TV



I hope that you all are enjoying NSD in some way and getting your craft on!
As you see above, Bella Blvd is celebrating the day with hourly inspiration and
TWO GIVEAWAYS

We were asked to share an "About Me" layout...this could be anything
from our 10 Favorite Things to our favorite movie star crushes, etc.
I really and truly don't watch much television.
BUT, I do stream quite a few shows via Amazon and have fallen in love with
several series such as Justified, Hart of Dixie and Downton Abbey.
So, I decided to dedicate a layout to my new-found obsession:
  I went to the internet and found images representing my beloved shows.
After printing them out (with a white border), I trimmed each photo's edge in various Designer Tapes.  
Next, I typed out the names of my favorite characters from each show and cut them into strips.



  It was fun to find different stickers to add that helped to describe the shows!

We were also asked to answer a few 'questions', but I'll let you check that out
when you visit Bella Blvd!  And in case you missed it, Bella is also having a
WAREHOUSE SALE
Save up to 70% on amazing Bella Blvd goodies!  It's all while supplies last, so
check it out here
Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. I really love this! especially the crochet hearts!

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  2. Great idea! Your page is fabulous.

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  3. This is such a cool page - love the idea of scrapping favorite TV shows!

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