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Here is list of stuff included on the page:<br><br> * Paper from Urban Lily<br> * Paper from KI Memories<br> * Bazzill cardstock<br> * Tab from ScrapWorks<br> * Stamp from Verses Rubber Stamps<br> * Rub-ons from EK Success<br> * Rub-ons from Making Memories<br> * “Us” sticker from American Crafts<br> * Zig Vellum Writer in black<br> * Zig Opaque Writer in white<br> * Flash cards: vintage school supplies!<br><br>There is journaling on the photo. If you don't have a vellum writer and an opaque writer pen, you gotta get them. They ROCK for scrapping. They come in all colors, but a good army of black and white should go a long way. Writing on photos was already my new favorite scrapping technique, so I was really excited that it was the first dare! The journaling reads:<br><br>“Since we've been married… I've discovered… You measure in whole inches and ticks. You like lima beans but not peas. You were into model rockets as a kid… and you still are. You cook, clean, AND do laundry. Your love for me never waivers –> (Even when I'm a punk!)”<br><br>There is also journaling underneath the photo. The hidden words are more personal… so it makes sense that you have to work to get to them. This journaling is on orange cardstock that I distressed. Another favorite technique of mine. Basically… I get to beat the crap out of a piece of perfectly good paper. The inside reads<br><br>“We have been married for one year. At times, it seems like WE have always been. Other times it seems like we have so far to go together. Coming home to you is like coming HOME. Our live & relationship fills me with joy and contentment I would never have dreamed possible.”<br><br>Add some rub-ons, doodle a border, it's good to go. Gluestick it and go.<br><br>The lettering I did with a template. Sorry, not sure who made the template… I've had it for ages. I filled in the letters with a design that matches the striped paper and colored it in with colored pencils. (Gosh, I like coloring almost as much as cutting and pasting!!) I love the way these letters turned out. Totally worth the time and effort!<br><br>Now, my favorite part. The FLASH CARDS. The “us” primer card got cut down so it fit nicely in the sum area on the 1+1 card. It got distressed with chalk and ink so it stands out a bit. Add ribbon, staple, gluestick… title done.<br><br>There is my entry for Last Scrapper Standing! <br>-Stacy Brunner