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      corrin


      Mostly Shabby

      Registered: May 2010
      Posts: 295
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      I'm not sure what a speed scrap is, but for me, this was it!! I set myself a time limit (actually my husband wanted the computer!), and did what I could in that time. It was a fun way to work!
      Date: Sun August 14, 2011 Views: 1,253
      Tags: 2
      Additional Info
      Keywords: Eden, A tp Z, Hopscotch
      Layout Credits: Almost all Hopscotch, title from Gigglebox, and green background paper from Celebrate (recoloured)
      Fonts Used: School Text

  1. Mon August 15, 2011 4:06pm
    1. mrskatylady
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: June 2011
      Posts: 146

      It looks fantastic for being done on a time limit! I've seen the ABC project on a few blogs and I was planning on starting it in September with my son. I hadn't thought about taking photos as we go along but I'll be sure to do that now, thanks to you. I'll put this in my favorites so I remember to scrap mine next year.
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  1. Mon August 22, 2011 12:07pm
    1. ShabbyPrincess

      owner/designer


      Registered: February 2006
      Posts: 4,123

      WOWOW - i absolutely love this, corrin! it is perfect from start to finish you and eden did an amazing job with each and every letter (have to agree...Y is the best - but W looks like lots of fun, and who can resist C and D? lol)! the layout is perfection and really 'illustrates' the project wonderfully! it will be a great memory for BOTH of you for years and years to come BRAVO and TY for sharing!

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  1. Tue August 23, 2011 1:56pm
    1. momofcooper
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: January 2009
      Location: Round Rock
      Posts: 110

      i had never heard of this!! what a great, fun way to learn the alphabet!! such a great LO w/ all the pictures around the page! and i just love the "me and you" chalkboards in either corner!
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  1. Thu August 25, 2011 7:34pm
    1. YGS_762
      Not Too Shabby


      Registered: February 2011
      Posts: 70

      Congrats on getting Layout of the Week! Well deserved, this is soo cute! Sometimes its the ones that come together quickly that turn out the best. I miss the days of doing fun craft projects with my daughter.
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  1. Fri August 26, 2011 1:13pm
    1. krzymnky
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Location: ohio
      Posts: 225

      please share the details of the project... this is super cute!
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  1. Fri August 26, 2011 11:07pm
    1. corrin
      Mostly Shabby


      Registered: May 2010
      Posts: 295

      the details of this project - I'm not sure if there are more structured ways of doing this, but really we just started working through the alphabet! I asked Eden what things she knew that started with each letter, then we made a pciture, some are simple colouring in, some fingerpainting, some paper collage, glitter glue, even a little bit of threading ribbon through card - anything I could think of to make it fun for her really! We usually did 2 letters at a time, but sometimes she only had enough concerntration for one letter. Each page had a capital and lower case letter, and then I wrote the word in dots, so that Eden could write it herself (towards the end, she could write many of the letters without me doing the dots for her - progress! whoop whoop!!), we took a photo and put the page into a folder. We worked on it whenever it suited us, and I just wanted it to be fun with a little writing practice too. Is that what you were asking? It was a project I'll keep forever, and such a good way to spend some individual time helping Eden prepare for school - I'll be doing it again wiht my younger son in a couple of years I'm sure!
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