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Starting Over!

I'm starting my blog over & hope to be consistent in posting this time. I've done a little crafting this summer and would like to start sharing some of the projects. I've been a paper scrapper, digital scrapper & now I'd like to find new ways to combine these two forms of scrapping into hybrid projects.
I have a Cricut Expression, Bosskut Gazelle & a Silhouette SD. I've had fun with all of these machines this summer and plan to share some of my craft projects here along with a few recycling projects also.
thanks for reading,
Rhoda Jayne

Comments

cfine said…
I'd love to see your hybrid projects as I've been doing papercrafting but only recently have I gotten into digital. It would be great to get some inspiration to combine the two!

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