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Thanks, Mollie, for choosing these fun products! Just what I needed to scrap these pages!


Today's story is short, and the story is this...


Every year, our neighborhood starts the 4th of July with a parade. It is always soooo much fun! Using colorful streamers and flags, the kids decorate their bikes and trikes, their scooters and skateboards. The grown-ups carry flags, and nearly everyone is wearing red, white and blue. Even many of the dogs wear red, white and blue bandannas around their necks. The parade leader, organizer and Grand Marshal (or, as we like to call him: Ed from down the street Smile ) borrows his son's lime green Jeep and outfits it with these giNORmous speakers that blast marching music out in all directions. (It is seriously loud; even if you aren't marching in the parade, you know it's coming your way! Smile ) We all fall in behind the leader and then for about an hour we march clear around our immediate neighborhood, into other nearby communities and then back home again.


An hour-long parade, hundreds of photos, many scrapbook pages, but I'm only going to inflict a couple on you. Oh, and where am I? That's me, right there. See me? I'm the one behind the camera. Smile


Credits
Anna Aspnes
ArtPlay Palette Red White and Blue
Magic Sparkle FotoBlendz Layered Template Album No. 2A


Jackie Eckles
Retro Liberty (blended fireworks element)


Ali Edwards
Painted Borders and Grids Brushes and Stamps (red and blue photo outlines; altered to make white page border)


Cassie Jones
How'd They Do That? No. 13: Bending Shadows


Pattie Knox
Yankee Doodle Alphabet


Maplebrook Studio
Jelly Alphabet No. 12


Katie Pertiet
Game Cards: Americana
Star Strips Brushes and Stamps
Tagging Sentiments No. 02


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