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Day_2_GoodByeTrees

Day_2_GoodByeTrees
Lillyia, Jan 2, 2022
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    • *sylvia*
      So sad, trees are so usefull. Awesome page.
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    • tkradtke
      Love this Lillyia! You nailed this challenge with your photo and I love the story that you told (growing up we had black walnut trees in our yard, so I understand... lol!). I love your alpha choice too! Thanks so much for playing along with my challenge!
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    • Lillyia
      @*sylvia* You're right, trees are wonderful, but they had to go. Thank you for commenting.
    • Lillyia
      @tkradtke Thanks for your understanding re: why the trees had to go! LOL. Thank you for commenting. I so enjoyed this challenge. I am happy to have a good story told and the photos to show the changes in our back yard. Just doesn't get much better than this in scrap world.
    • LoveItScrapIt
      Awww yeah I never liked those trees ....those walnuts hurt!!!!! I love your take on the challenge with the old photo on your phone. Lovely job
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    • Lillyia
      @LoveItScrapIt Thanks, Kiana. I enjoyed this challenge as it gave me an interesting way to capture the moment(s).
    • A-M
      I really enjoyed your journaling. My husband would have had some fun with those chopped down trees as Walnut is great for his woodturning projects.
      Your page is lovely. I just had a little look through all your pages for MOC and you have been very creative.
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    • Lillyia
      @A-M Thanks for your comments and for looking at my work... eh, play. I'm sure your husband would have created some beautiful things from the walnut. It is a lovely wood.
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    Month of Challenges 10
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