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January 9, 2013

GSO -- Vote and Win!

It's Tracy here and it is time to pick the GSO! Make sure to vote, HERE, by this Friday the 11th and you will receive a 30% off coupon to Liz's store* and you will be entered into a drawing, where one lucky voter will win $5 to Liz's store!! December had tons of merry and bright layouts but here are our top six!

(and don't forget to leave the nominees some love, the titles are linked back to their gallery posts)
Year in Review 2011 by Christie (Chippi)
Using the Optical Freebie (Dec 2012), we love how the papers and elements support the photos without over powering them and we love the repetition on the month tags AND those photos are stinkin' cute!! 

Q-T-PIE
Christmas Cutie by Sharon (Shazzbess)
We love the mix of patterned papers and the penciled edging on the unpatterned background in this layout using the Dec 2012 Blog Challenge Freebie. Along with the uniformity of the "sticker" style for all the paper embellishments and alphas and a great set of little boy photos, you will love this layout too! 

Christmas Cute!



Strong Subborn Woman by Sara (MisfitInMN)
The 3's a Charm journaling templates were perfect for this layout that focuses on journaling yet draws you to the pictures by the beautiful clustering and bright colors mixed with the black and white photos. We love the "&" she used in the middle....it brings it all together.

Beautiful!



Snowflakes by Ekasyr
We love this layout using the Artsy Journaling Templates for its black and white photos and how well they combine with the colors of the kit along with the cute cluster work and elegant writing. We only wish we could read it.

 Winter Memories!


The Big Chop by Tracey (tli316)
Using the Tradition Temps I, we love the confidence and personality of the page. The top photo looks so sophisticated and the bottom photo looks so fun and zany. Plus, she has great hair and scrapped about it!!

 Stylin'!
Christmas 2011 by Jennifer (jmljensen)
You'll love this layout using the Double Album Templates II as much as us. The blocked photos stand out well in contrast against the polka-dotted background paper and, without words needed, tell the tale of a Christmas Day. The mittens pegged up on string are a great touch too. 
Merry Christmas!


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