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January 9, 2013 Sarah Coggins

Dylan (right) and his buddy Grant working together to build a Lego fire truck. They both have gotten really good at following the instructions and making all sorts of creations.

Supplies: Rocketman papers by Deena Rutter; Nautical papers by Celeste Knight; Oceanside papers and Cut It Out masks by Robyn Meierotto; Just the Basics – Paint Splatters by Erica Coombs; This Week brushes by Karla Dudley; Blossom elements by Karen Funk; Olive You mini kit by Audrey Neal; DHD National Scrapbooking Day 2011 collaboration kit; Legothick, Courier Std, and Porcelain fonts. Scraplift of Forget by Celeste Smith.


  • Tina Zarlenga January 9, 2013 at 1:34 pm
    such a sweet picture and I just love the layout!
  • Stacey January 9, 2013 at 9:53 pm
    Awwwe! Just made my heart melt!
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