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Daily Grind: Dance

If you scroll down a couple of posts you will see the same photos, but
I couldn't help myself..."Daily Grind" by Simple Stories was perfect for helping
to tell the story behind Sydnee's weekly dance schedule.
"Daily Grind" is full of color, attention to days-of-the-week details and more!

You will see a roll-out of many projects using the new collection over the next few weeks:


"Daily Grind" is loaded with chevron patterns. For my layout I chose a couple of different
 colors and cut apart the red one to create a fun border! I then layered on dot patterned pape
r and a 6X8 speech bubble journal card. I used different areas of the speech bubbles as
a background for my photos.  

Syd attends dance two days a week and often has special engagements on Saturdays.
 I pulled the handy days-of-the-week journal tags from the "Bits & Pieces" pack 
and clustered them with a photo. 

A few stickers from the Fundamentals Cardstock Sticker sheet, alphabet stickers and chipboard 
stickers completed the page, along with several brads. You will love how well Daily Grind works
 with any of your daily, everyday photos, as well as Life Documented projects!
 If you like making your own calendar or organzier, this collection will serve as a wonderful tool! 

I appreciate you stopping by!


Comments

  1. Such a fun, eye-catching layout! I love it! I can't wait to get my hands on this latest collection! :)

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  2. Great layout Shellye!! Love the design with those big speech bubbles!

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