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Croc Farm

October 20, 2018

Today’s pages show off a couple of photos from our visit to the Croc Farm at Yeppoon.  This is a commercial farm where the crocodiles are grown for their skin and incidentally their meat.  We learned a lot about crocodiles and also the business of farming.  This Croc Farm will also remove crocodiles from places where they are causing a nuisance or becoming a danger to humans.

To create the first page I cut one of the 6″ x 4″ Delightfully Detailed Memories and More cards into strips.  I attached strips along the outside edges of the photos and also the journaling card.  The title is cut from Blackberry Bliss card once more using the retired Little Letters Thinlits Dies.

The second page is also quite simple, with the photos of the girls and the journaling panel being attached to Basic Black card before being attached to the 12″ x 12″ Whisper White page.  The photo of myself is attached to the journaling panel and the greeting from the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink.  I have also used the Tabs for Everything stamp set to add the date on both pages.

That brings me to an end of this series of pages from our holiday to Cooktown, I hope you have enjoyed them.  You will notice that my style is quite simple.  After the introduction of Project Life and now Memories and More, I try and keep all my layouts so that the panels and pieces are either 6″ x 4″ or 3″ x 4″.  This makes it easy to create the page and add elements.  I’d love to know what your style of Memory Keeping looks like.

Bye for now,

Kris

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