You Got This Pocket Page by Amy Jo Vanden Brink

Saturday, March 6, 2021

I'm so delighted to share with you all today! My name is Amy Jo Vanden Brink and I'm going to share a pocket page layout featuring Paige's You Got This cut file and the fantastic rainbow Paper 08 from the Truly Grateful collection. Using cut files in your pocket pages is so much fun and I hope that this layout will inspire you to try it!

To start with, I sized the You Got This cut file down so that it would fit in a 3x4 pocket, that meant making it 4 inches tall. I locked the aspect ratio so that it wouldn't get squashed and that allowed it to easily slip in the pocket. Then I carefully cut out the backing piece out of the middle of the paper. I could have used the Silhouette to do this, but I wanted the point right in the middle of the O so I did it by hand with an exacto knife instead. I did trace it with pencil first so that I didn't have to keep the white outline there while I cut.

Once I had the focal point, I cut some 3x4 cards out of the rest of the same paper for the top right and bottom left (trying to keep the color wheel in order) and then used the B-side of Paper 06 to make some journaling cards. I added a strip of color from the rainbow paper on them and then went through my embellishment stickers to find small pieces that matched from the Puffy Stickers. I loved the idea of having things in rainbow order so I added color appropriate stickers along the sides of my journaling cards before I added my words.

Thank you for checking out my work today, I hope that it inspired you to get some cards into your pocket pages and maybe gave you some ideas for including a cut file as well!

SUPPLIES: Patterned paper, stickers: TRULY GRATEFULwhite cardstock; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Cut file: You Got This by Paige Evans

Location: Edmonton, Canada / Instagram: @thevanblife / YouTube: Amy Jo Vanden Brink / Facebook: Paper & Spool / Pinterest: amyjovb

Happy Birthday Layout by Neftali Zambrano

Friday, March 5, 2021

Hello crafty friends, it is Neftali Zambrano here today with you for my very first blog post as a Paige Evans + Silhouette Design Team member! I am so excited to share some craftiness with you all using some of the newest supplies I got from the Paige's Memory Explosion Box Recollections collection found at Michaels Stores. I love all the pastel colors and the birthday themed bits, so for this project I used a photo of my daughter on her first birthday using these supplies along with Paige's Happy Birthday cut file.

I started off by creating a colorful watercolor background using metallic watercolors on white cardstock. The soft colors of the watercolors helped create a pastel background that matched perfectly with the supplies I had in hand. I also used the watercolors to add some fun colorful splatters. These look beautiful with their iridescent shine, once all dry. I backed the Happy Birthday cut file using the 6x6 paper pads (6x6" Paper Pad // Double Sided 6x6" Paper Pad // Foil 6x6" Paper Pad // Glitter 6x6" Paper Pad) from the Memory Explosion Box collection and I used dimensional adhesive to stick it down on my watercolor base. I wanted to keep the "party" theme going, so I used a gorgeous circle punch stitched lanyard from the Decorative Trim Assortment to add as pennants above the cut file and photo. The image was layered on purple glitter paper and a super cute mini Holographic Paper Doily.

The embellishing details were the enamel dots from the Embellishment Mix, heart stickers around the cut file, and lots of stickers and layers above and around the cut file. Finally, I added some color by using the Go the Scenic Route Paper 13 to the top and bottom of my page using the tearing distress technique. This helped fill in some of the whites pace and add fun pops of color!

And that's it for this layout! This Happy Birthday cut file works perfect with these beautiful birthday-themed supplies! I hope that you are feeling inspired to get crafty with Paige's cut files and collections!

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, embellishments: MICHAELS EXPLOSION BOXwhite cardstock; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Cut file: Happy Birthday by Paige Evans

Location: California, USA / Blog: alltheneffyness / Instagram: @alltheneffyness / YouTube: Neffy Crafts + Scraps / Facebook: alltheneffyness / Pinterest: alltheneffynessscrap

Envelope Mini Album and Paper Mailbox by Amber Mitchell

Thursday, March 4, 2021

Hello crafty friends, Amber Mitchell here on Paige's blog today to share this fun project I created using a handful of Paige's cut files and the colorful Go the Scenic Route collection!

Mini albums have been one of my favorite things to create the past couple of years. I love how fun and personalized they can be. Paige's Envelope Mini Album with Tags cut file makes the process of creating a mini extra fun. It's easy to put together and I love how interactive it is. This is actually my second time using this cut file because it's so versatile!!

To kick off this project, I first cut 5 individual envelopes from the 6x8 Paper Pad. I then cut 5 of the tags and the bow included in this cut file from scrap papers I have from Go the Scenic Route. With all my pieces cut, I used my sewing machine to add stitching in light blue thread along all of my pieces. 

I then assembled all of my envelopes together and accordion folded them. Note: I did resize the cut file down to create a smaller version of this for my mini album. 

Since my album is on the smaller side, I decided to create a storage box for it. After some deliberation, I thought a cute paper mailbox was the way to go! Plus, it fits the travel theme of this collection perfectly! 

To embellish the outside of my mailbox, I used a few different cut files from Paige: the Set of 3 Labels cut file had the perfect shaped label to create the number plate for the front of my mailbox, which I marked with "2021". I used the Mini Foam Thickers to do this. Behind the number plate I attached a small flower from the Hand Drawn Flower Set cut file. I cut this flower from white cardstock and backed it with scrap papers from the collection. I love the happy, spring feeling that it added to the project!

And as always, I used some of Paige's Rolled Flowers cut files to brighten things up and add dimension. When it came to embellishing the rest of the project, I used a mixture of the Chipboard StickersFloral Die Cuts, and Ephemera Die Cuts, all from Go the Scenic Route.

The last touch was to add some fun, happy charms to the mini album itself. I used a bulldog clip to attach them. I love how the bright blue Flower Charm from Bloom Street complemented the two Charms from Go the Scenic Route. A few extra bits from my stash tied everything together!

Thanks for joining me on the blog today! I'll see you next time with another fun project!

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, stickers, die cuts, charms, embellishments: GO THE SCENIC ROUTE; Die cut machine: Cricut; Cut files: Envelope Mini Album with TagsSet of 3 LabelsRolled FlowersHand Drawn Flower Set by Paige Evans

Location: California, USA / Blog: Happy Crafty Studio / Instagram: @bambidearr / YouTube: bambidearr / Pinterest: bambidearr

Playground Layout by Shimelle

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Hello crafty friends - it's Shimelle here today and it's my turn to share something playful: Paige's Playground cut file! I've mixed plenty of Paige's collections to scrapbook a photo of my son and I on one of our early morning playground outings.

I started by cutting the Playground cut file from white cardstock at about 11" wide and paired it with a 3.5x5" photo.  I knew I wanted the slide to be the yellow Paper 8 to match the photo, but I took inspiration from our clothes for the other colors backing the cut file so there are also shades of purple and blue in the mix. These papers include Go the Scenic Route and also the older Whimsical collection.

I wanted the background to form a basic grass-and-sky scene and started with a green and pale blue mix of patterns, but when I turned over the blue sheet, it was this perfect cloud print! Both background papers are from the Whimsical collection - Papers 15 and 20. I cut the green into a curve for some hills, but in the end that mostly ended up under the playground and the photo, so you can recreate this look with a straight line if freehand cutting gives you worry!

Using the white-based patterned for the sky instead of the blue gave way to the idea of keeping the title all in white too, and I love how these layers came together! It's still legible, but doesn't over power all the other fun things already there in that playground scene. The larger lettering is from Take Me Away and the Mini Foam Thickers are my long-term faves from Pick-Me-Up. I couldn't help but add more embellishments and I kept that on the diagonal from the top left to the bottom right, including some small phrase boxes from a paper branding strip, floral die cuts, and enamel hearts from Bloom Street, and Puffy Stickers from Go the Scenic Route.

I only had one photo from this particular playground story, but I realized when I was working with this cut file that it would work beautifully with a strip of photos since it doesn't take the full height of the page. Definitely something to keep in mind if you're usually a multi-photo scrapbooker and also take plenty of trips to the swings! Do you have any particular number of photos you like to scrap per page, or do you love to mix it up?

Thanks so much for stopping by today and I hope you make time for something playful!

SUPPLIES: Patterned papers, Thickers, stickers: GO THE SCENIC ROUTE; Floral Die Cuts, Enamel Dots: BLOOM STREET; Patterned paper: WHIMSICALMini Foam ThickersPICK-ME-UP; Large Thickers: TAKE ME AWAYwhite cardstock; Die cutting machine: Silhouette Cameo; Cut file: Playground by Paige Evans

Location: London / Blog: Shimelle / Instagram: @shimelle / Facebook: Shimelle / YouTube: Shimelle Laine / Pinterest: glittershim

Guest Designer | Adam Westwood

Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Adam is actually officially on my cut file design team now but we still wanted to showcase his guest designer projects so here we go!!

Hello! I'm Adam aka ScrappyAdam and I am absolutely thrilled to be here as Paige's cut file guest designer for March! You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. I had such a hard time reaching a decision on what projects to make as I love all of Paige's cut files so much! But I finally settled on a few cut files and I'm so happy to bring my layouts to you today! Those of you that have followed me on social media for a while will know that I am definitely a "more is more" kinda guy when it comes to my scrappy style! These layouts introduce you to my style perfectly! 

For my first layout I decided to use a few of Paige's cut files along with her fab Go the Scenic Route collection. I started with Paper 4 from the collection and trimmed 1cm off two sides, matting it onto Paper 7 (I always gut the middle when I do this to get the maximum from my paper!). I first cut the Butterflies Border cut file from Paper 8 and then backed it with various papers from the 6x8 Paper Pad. I cut the Globe cut file with Paper 17, backing it with Paper 16 from the 6x8 Paper Pad as I wanted the blue foil effect. I then layered the butterflies flying out from behind the globe. I decided to use the Layered Butterfly cut file which is so awesome! I cut each layer from a different paper of scraps from the 12x12 Paper Pad and popped each layer up on foam dots for added dimension - it is bulky but I absolutely love how it looks!

I wasn't done with cut files yet! I decided to add a couple of interactive elements and so I cut Paige's Heart Mini Album, resizing it to suit my project. I added three mini heart shaped photos and some embellishments inside. I simply tucked this into the bottom of the globe so it pulls out. I used some of the tickets from the Ephemera Die Cuts and a Flag Paperclip from the collection on the front of the album along with an eyelet and some twine. I also cut two Envelopes from Paper 21 and I love that when you open the envelope you get to see all the travel inspired words! I tucket hidden journaling in one envelope and a ticket die cut from the Ephemera Die Cuts in the other.

I then went crazy with all the fun embellishments in the collection! I've used some of the Puffy Phrase StickersPuffy Word StickersCardstock StickersChipboard Stickers, and Enamel Dots. I have added my title but then added various subtitles using Mini Foam Thickers and Floral Foam Thickers from Bloom Street. Finally, I added a couple of puffy butterfly Puffy Stickers from Truly Grateful.

For my second layout, I have toned down the "more is more" style yet used bold colors and a script background. I started with Paper 21 and gave it a black border right around the page, something I often do as I find it frames a page for me. I then cut Paige's Ampersand cut file in black cardstock. I resized the cut file to just fit on the page - I knew I wanted it to be big and bold! I backed the cut file very simply with red textured cardstock from American Crafts. I matted my photos with one of my favourite papers from Go the Scenic Route, Paper 16.

This is quite a simple page which allows the incredible cut file take center stage on that awesome phrase background! I tucked my photos in and around the cut file and used the Foam Thickers from the collection to add in my title. I also used the Puffy Word Stickers to add some phrases in. I brought my 30-page Paige Evans #StickerBook and used some stickers including the hearts, numbers, and pattern strips. I fussy cut tickets from Paper 17 and added them as well as lots of bits from the Cardstock StickersChipboard StickersPuffy Phrase Stickers, and Ephemera Die Cuts. You'll also find a chipboard sticker sneaked in from Pick-Me-Up!

Moving on to my third and final layout, I decided to document some seriously awesome news... joining Paige's Cut File Design Team! That's right! Whilst I am here today as Paige's guest designer for March, I will be back soon with my first project part of the Cut File Design Team! I wanted something special for such a special memory and so I returned to my signature "more is more" style and then some! I started with one of my most favourite papers from Paige ever - Paper 03 from Horizon!

I just love the Sunburst cut file and wanted to use it so much - it just speaks happy to me like rays of sunshine! I cut it from Bazzill white cardstock. I wanted to add color to the cut file so I grabbed Tim Holtz distress inks in Carved Pumpkin and Fired Brick and added the orange first with an ink blending tool and then added the red on top towards the ends of the rays - I'm quite a clean scrapper and haven't ventured far into mixed media but I love the result of this!

This layout has three of Paige's cut files: I cut the BeYOUtiful cut file from more white cardstock and then doodled (very roughly) around each letter with black pen. I backed the words with Paper 14 and Paper 2. I added the word "team" on top of the cut file using Thickers from Truly Grateful. Finally, I took some paper scraps from the 12x12 Paper Pad and 6x8 Paper Pad from Go the Scenic Route and cut one of Paige's Layered Flowers cut files. I popped an Enamel Dot in the middle of the flower. I assembled the flower slightly differently though - opting to vary the petals to create a burst of petals alongside the Sunburst cut file!

I matted my two photos - one of the design team announcement graphic from Paige and the other the photo of me from that graphic and matted them on black and Paper 20 from Bloom Street. I took out my drawer of Paige's florals and went to town with them and some fussy cut florals fromGo the Scenic Route, concentrating on the area above the photos and to the left of the photos. I added lots of different colors, sizes, and types of flowers - it is most certainly a colorful, vibrant page! I also added some of the florals from the Chipboard Stickers and Cardstock Stickers as well as some phrase and icon stickers. I decided to add a further title to the top of the page - "Paige Evans DT" using the Floral Foam Thickers from Bloom Street as well as a Puffy Word Sticker on top of my photo. I sprinkled some of the Enamel Dots around the page and three fussy cut stamps from Paper 3 and added a handwritten note and that was the page done!

I have loved doing these layouts for my guest designer spot for Paige and I am so happy to be able to share them all with you today! I really appreciate you being here and having a read as well as all the support on social media. Thank you to Paige for this incredible opportunity and I am thrilled to be coming back as part of the 2021 Design Team! See you soon!

Location: Manchester, England / Instagram: @scrappyadam / Facebook: Adam WestwoodPinterest: Scrappy Adam

Here & Now Mini Album By Paige Evans

Monday, March 1, 2021

Here is the mini album that we'll be making in my second virtual mini album class! This is an accordion style mini album with the front side in a vertical orientation then you flip it over and the backside is horizontal! Each spread features a fun technique such as heat embossing, journaling mixed with rub ons, handmade paper flowers, ransom-style title, paper pieced quilted heart, fussy cut butterfly trails, flip ups, fold outs, and more!! The live virtual class will take place in a private Facebook group on  Saturday April 17th at 10am-1pm Mountain Time and costs $15 to join - send me an email ( to be sent info on how to sign up and I hope to see you there!!

February 2021 Highlights

February 2021 was probably the funnest, busiest, craziest, quickest month I've ever had in my life! Here's a look at all of it:

The kiddos picked up some Valentines and had fun filling them out for their class parties.

My mom, sister, and her two kids came to visit for a few days!!!
My nephew Jude is as cute as can be.
My niece Daisy is also the cutest! She's so spunky and always has something to say.
Daisy was absolutely smitten with all the pets :)
Visits from Grandma are the best!
Botox at home :) I get it for my migraines and jaw clenching.
We went to the Park Meadows mall for a bit of shopping.
We drove to the Red Rocks Amphitheater and walked around. We didn't last very long, it was literally freezing! But we had so much fun seeing all the pretty red rocks and snapping photos constantly. Hard not to in such a scenic place!
Gorgeous views.
Hope to see a concert here some day!
Jump for joy! Such a cool tunnel through the rocks.
When Fox asks me to take his picture :) And Allie taking selfies in the background lol.
One night we watched The Greatest Showman and it was so special and fun. Movie nights are awesome.
While my family was here an old friend reached out to me. We parted ways a few years ago in a super sad way and I often thought of her because I was so upset about how things ended. When she reached out, it felt like a huge weight had been lifted off my shoulders! All because she saw my face in Michaels. Yup, I'm still scrapping! Makes it all worth it!
Grandma's colorful and floral room.
Valentine's Day bouquet, swoon!
Chocolate covered strawberries from Costco for a Valentine's Day treat!
My love!
We went to Tom and Margi's for Valentine's Day dinner. Margi decorates for every holiday which I love!
On the food front: Chris smashed up some mint oreos and put them on my ice cream. So good! We went to an Italian restaurant with the local Evans adults only and I tried a margherita pizza. We got Tuk Tuk Thai for the first time and hands down it's the best Thai food we've found here in the Denver area! I crave it every day now. We went to Kneaders and got their delicious bottomless French toast with caramel syrup. Chris made a Mediterranean dish from a Hello Fresh box and it was sooooo good. Also craving that every day! Our last meal before the kitchen was demod - chicken, potatoes, and carrots. 
My orchid bloomed for the 3rd time! This makes me so happy! It's the little things :)
Me throughout the month.
I was doing so good with my fitness goals the first half of February, walking 10,000 steps daily and exercising every other day. And then I got a sinus infection from not washing my masks :( It was my very first sinus infection and I thought I had something seriously wrong in my nose, it hurt sooooo bad. The headaches I got were the worst I've ever had in my life and I've gotten some pretty gnarly ones. Luckily I got antibiotics and felt better about a week later, but then I fell off the fitness wagon. When I'm not feeling good, exercise and eating right is the first thing to go. Hope to begin again this month! Also PSA to wash your masks... So gross that I haven't been. Live and learn!
Holy moly it was cooooooooold in February!!!!
One day it was sunny and we woke up and it was still sunny, but during the night it snowed 12"! So crazy!
Colorado typically gets most of its snow in February and March so this is to be expected. The kids even got a Snow Day!
Beautiful Highlands Ranch.
Fox helped me with an upcoming Spongebob movie campaign.
And I helped him reach his goal of 100 subs in 2021 :)
Rachel! Whenever I share photos of her on my instagram stories people reply and say pics of her make them smile. She makes me smile too :) Nothing better than a kitty purring in my ear.

Renos! They're happening! And they're going to be a big part of our lives the entire month of March. When we first walked through this house we just got that vibe that this was our home and looked past all the cosmetic things that we knew we'd eventually want to update such as the cabinet color which was one of the first projects we did when we moved in and had them painted white. But countertops can't be painted and ours were brown tiles with grout. Why?? We've been searching for a couple years to find the perfect contractor and so far I think we've found him - Tim with Brownstone Renovation. It's been a smooth process so far and what I love the very most is he gave us a daily schedule and has stuck to it. For the planner in me and having to know everything far in advance, this is exactly what I need.

The day before demo was to begin we took everything out of all the cabinets in the kitchen and laundry room and stored them in various places around the house. There is a phrase in our house that is uttered often, "Mommy doesn't like messes!" lol. So having our things strewn about like this is really really hard for me. I repeat to myself, "It's only temporary and will all be worth it!" to keep my sanity.
The workers showed up right on time on the Monday morning and by the end of the day the entire kitchen was gone!
Best of all, the mystery sound in our master bedroom floor disappeared!!! When we had the carpet replaced in December we had several people drill hundreds and hundreds of screws into the subfloor and that did diddly squat! Chris and I even tried sleeping on opposite sides of the bed so that he could go to the bathroom in the middle of the night and not wake me up by skipping over that creaky part of the floor altogether, but after a few nights we just couldn't get used to it so we switched back and hoped that Tim could fix the noise from up underneath eventually. Somehow, some way, when the soffits in the kitchen were removed, the sound disappeared! That alone makes all this worth it and I think changed my whole perspective and mood about the mess because I'm just so flippin' relieved that the sound is gone! I've slept like a baby every night since :) AAAAND, there was also a mystery clicking sound in the walls that happened whenever the heater was running and that's also gone! You might think I'm crazy lol, but random noises are one of my biggest pet peeves. And both are fixed. I'm so happy!

Bye bye brown tiles! I actually saved a tiny piece of it to remember. I'm nostalgic like that.
We're updating the laundry room too so everything was demod in there on day one. Not sad to see those grey/red/brown tile floors gone!
My exercising spot in the basement has been turned into a temporary kitchen.
Picking grout color. Who knew there were so many shades of gray? Lol.
Thinking of maybe adding some medallions to the ceilings from above the future hanging pendants?
On the second day lots of things were happening simultaneously but the biggest noticeable change was removing the wall between the kitchen and pantry so it's all open and not such a tight squeeze. Nothing was found in the walls or soffits that needed to be moved which, from watching HGTV for 20 years, I was so surprised and happy about!
On the second day the new tile floor went into the laundry room. I'm excited to see how it all comes together with the finishes and colors of things we've selected.
Hi Joey! He likes saying hi to all the new people coming and going. We've moved the dining table into the living room so we can still eat meals together.
Making eggs for breakfast every morning on the single burner plug in appliance :) It works!
On the third day a new hood was installed for over the stove and the gas line was installed.
We're moving the fridge to a different area so a water line was installed.
I got the news that the countertops we chose and absolutely freaking loved (seriously, I was mostly looking forward to that! Afterall, it was the brown counters that started this whole thing) were not available anymore. Poop. So I went down to the showroom and have selected a few more options and now hopefully this week I'll go see big slabs in person to make a final decision.
On the 5th day backsplash tile in the laundry room started going up the wall! Eeee!
Tinkering with the idea of wallpaper on the remaining 3 laundry room walls???
One week of renos down, five to go! But who's counting?! Me, that's who :)

Onto scrappy recaps!

Here are the projects I made and shared here on the blog in February:

I Love Scrapbooking Layout // Folded Paper Hearts Layout // Stitched Love Heart Layout // Valentine's Day Memory Explosion Box
Shine Bright Layout // Born to Create Layout // Better Together Layout // Soft Kitty Layout
Adventure Layout // A Heart Full of Flowers Stamped Layout // Reykjavik Iceland Mini Album // Here & Now Mini Album

One of the things I was worried about most was my very first live virtual class. I'd been avoiding them with every fiber of my being because I get so flustered when I'm live! But I said yes to teaching a Zoom class for Michaels and the day finally came!
All prepped and ready to begin!
I printed a list of tasks in the order I wanted to demonstrate them - anything to help me not fumble so much.
And so it begins!!
Over 600 people from around the entire world joined the class! Incredible!
I did it!!! I felt so happy and empowered afterwards, like I could accomplish anything! It's a great feeling to do something you're so scared to do and have it turn out okay, better than okay :) In fact, I thought it went so well I decided to venture out on my own and teach virtual classes! More about that further down. Aaaand Michaels wants a second class for the Memory Explosion Boxes so stay tuned for more info!
A happy spot.
I announced my Cut File Design Team for 2021! Super excited to work with all these talented folks!
I gave away 3 free cut files in February in my Happy Scrappy Place Facebook Group:
Speaking of cut files, Adam Westwood in the UK is launching a new shop called The Cut Hut that will sell my cut files PRE-CUT!! That's right! Click HERE to join the instagram account for all the updates.
Got some happy mail from Emily Inspired Designs - I LOVE her charms!
I shared a peek at all my heart-shaped mini albums on Valentine's Day! I've added one more since.
Loved these two paintings by Dawn McVey in my space so much I picked up a third.
You can see the trio on the right wall. The colors speak to my soul!
I spent a Friday night hand stitching and watching Vicki Boutin live! She's sooooo inspiring!
On January 31st I put an idea out into the universe: teach my own virtual classes with kits! On February 4th I gathered supplies for kits and placed an order with American Crafts soon after. By February 27th, all 400 kits were out the door, samples have been made, Facebook groups created, and the idea has basically 100% come to fruition in less than a month!
500 pounds of product for the 4 kits arrived on a palette February 18th.
I spent 2 whole days collating the kits. It was a mad dash to get them all sorted before I didn't have work surfaces in the kitchen anymore.
I documented the entire process of opening boxes of product until they were made into kits via instagram stories.
Day 2 of kitting!
A few items were missing so the kits sat in boxes in my office for a week. It gave me time to finish up the mini album samples and add other little bits to the kits like ribbons & string, and also label them.
My friend Rosie came over to help put the label stickers on all 400 kits while I assembled all the shipping boxes. Such a process! I was thinking of making this a monthly thing, but now I dunno lololol.
I looking forward to these 4 virtual classes this month and next! Hope to see you there! And to think it probably never would have happened if I hadn't taught the Zoom class with Michaels :)
I busted out the We R Memory Keepers Button Maker for my upcoming Spongebob campaign and I'm addicted to making buttons now! Once I got the hang of it, they just kept coming!
I met up with a scrappy friend at Kneaders! It's always so fun to meet people in real life and get to know them on a personal level :)
And that, my friends, is February in a nutshell! For the shortest month of the year, we sure packed a lot in! Bring on March!
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