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Savannah O'Gwynn is our August Guest Designer!!!

Hello, friends:}

It's Savannah O'Gwynn from Savannahland2! I'm sooooooo excited to be the August Guest Designer! 

I've got a couple of projects to share with you today-- both use some amazing products available in the BRI store! First up, I'm sharing a fun journal project and video! **Be sure to change your settings to HD before watching! THANKS! 
You can definitely recreate this project using any journal and Amy Tangerine Plus One Mixed Tape washi tape or your favorite washi tape from the BRI store
Next I want to share a super fun card using exclusive BRI stamps!!! I used the Over the Rainbow stamp set to create this fun and cheery card. I also used the We R Memory Keepers Script embossing folder for the background design--- LOVE that the neon rainbow made from washi tape is next to the embossed word SUN!

That's it for me today! I can't wait to share my next project later on this month! 

Be sure to stop by the BRI store for awesome deals and great product... and FAST shipping! 

Thanks so much for stopping by! Be blessed:}
Photobucket Savannah O'Gwynn

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  1. Great stuff!!! I love the journal idea!!! A great way to use your supplies!

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  2. Love love love!!!! The journal is adorable!! Great idea! And that rainbow washi card...with the embossed background?! Are you kidding me!! Love it!!!! Awesome idea!!

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  3. What a CUTE little jouranl and I adore those thin rolls of Washi! Pretty card, you rock Sav!

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  4. These are soooo sweet and awesome! Love!

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  5. Two knockout projects here Savannah! You've jazzed up the journal beautifully, with the pretty washi corners. What a wonderful way to encourage people to write, write and write: lovely journals, like this one, have that draw! Your card with the rainbow: pure delight! Cas and fabulous!!
    ~c

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  6. Great idea, love ideas for using the washi!

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    1. Thank you so much for checking out my projects on the BRI blog! Your comment made my day <3 HUGS <3 Sav

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