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National Scrapbook Day Blog Hop!

Hi everyone! Welcome to the Butterfly Reflections, Ink. National Scrapbooking Day blog hop! We have some great projects up for you to browse on each of the Design Team members blogs! If that wasn't fun enough Vanessa has a great discount for you to use in the store. Use the code NSD2014 for 20% off your entire order including sale items! Did you think that was all? No, it couldn't be! We have some really fun prizes for you as well! In order to qualify you must hop around to all the member blogs and leave them some love. Then come back here and leave us a comment telling us you did. A random winner will be chosen from the comments and will receive a $10 store credit. Also, if you want a chance to win yet another prize, we want to see you CREATE something with our mood board inspiration below. Link us up here for a chance to win a $25 store credit. Here is the mood board and a sample layout by DT member, Shawna.  Follow the link list to the other blogs in the hop. Have fun and don't forget to get your shop on!!!

DT Blog Links!

(You won't have to visit Shawna since her layout is here already)

*** Please note that free shipping is on $60 orders. The website doesn't always apply the code, but Vanessa always refunds the shipping when it doesn't automatically apply so no worries there! 


  1. Your LO is adorable and your pic is so precious. Love all the detail that you did to showcase your picture and your colors are so pretty. You are a very talented scrapper.

  2. I did visit everyone who is on the blog hop for today and left some bloggy love.
    Thanks for sharing all the great talent of the gals and for a chance at an amazing prize.

  3. Great layout and your photo is so adorable!!

  4. What a beautiful color palette to work with and such a great inspiration piece! Wonderful l/o! The hop was just beautiful and fun and very inspiring! Happy Nat'l Scrapbook Day to all!

  5. Thanks for stopping by ladies. Make sure you leave everyone a comment to be qualified for the giveaway! :)

  6. LOVE this layout! thank you for a really fun blog hop!! I am hoping to get a page done with the really pretty colors you chose.

  7. I love all the color on your layout! It's amazing!

  8. oh yes - i'm in LOVE with this layout!! so incredible!! the colors, the pops, the photo! bravo!! love it all!

  9. I love that twine flower! Great layout! very inspired.


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