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:: I can not live without.. ::

We all have out own personal scrapbook must
haves, and I thought it would be fun to share mine.

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First are my fiskars scissors, love love love them.

My Easy Mounter by 3L, I can not live without
it, I panic when my local scrapbook store run out
of it, and I can't seem to find it online.

My new Bamboo tablet, perfect for digital
scrapbooking, designing, and photo editing.

My printer is the best thing I ever bought,
it really helped me turn my scrapbook dreams
in to reality. I print tons of photos, and digital
kits to use for hybrid projects.

Stickles! Love them, they add that extra
something to my layouts. I want them in
every single color, working on it..

This are my paper scrap
faves right now, these lovely lovely
die cuts by October Afternoon
Love at first sight!

I would love to hear your top faves,
add a comment below and promote
the scrapbook tools you can not live without :)

♥ XOXO ♥


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