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October 6, 2018

Ayr is not far south of Townsville and a lovely place to stop and stretch your legs or even stay a while.  We didn’t have time to stay a while, so we had a wander around the town to stretch our legs.  The main street has this fantastic arch with the town name which was a great backdrop for a photo of the girls.  Even after all this road tripping they still look happy!  The theatre area has a fabulous display of animals and their habitats.  It was fun for the girls to spot all this different animals.  My page for these photos is once more 12″ x 12″ Whisper White.  I took a piece of the Delightfully Detailed Laser Cut Designer Series Paper and coloured it using the Sponge Brayer and Blackberry Bliss ink before attaching it across the bottom of the page.  I also used a piece to create a mask for the journaling card to add more Blackberry Bliss ink across the top.  The alphabet dies are once more the retired Timeless Type Alphabet DiesI know that these are retired and I use them a lot but the alphabet dies which are current would have been just too large to use on most of my pages.  The letters are cut from Blackberry Bliss card.  I have also used the Tabs for Everything stamp set to add the date and “amazing”.

Bowen was our stop-over town for the night and after we arrived and set up we took the girls up to the lookout so that they could get 360 degree views of the islands along the coast and the town.  It is such a pretty place.  The girls loved exploring the rocks along the beach at Horseshoe Bay.  The journaling card is created using Whisper White card with a narrow strip of one of the Delightfully Detailed Memories and More cards across the bottom.  I have used the Tabs for Everything stamp set to add the date.  The title is cut from Blackberry Bliss using the retired Little Letters Thinlits Dies.

I hope you are still enjoying seeing these pages.

Bye for now,


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