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Daly Waters

December 29, 2018

I’m back on track to share a Memory Keeping page on Saturdays.  I didn’t quite follow the plan over the last couple of weeks as I had so many Christmas projects to share with you.  Today’s page was created to remember our quick stop at Daly Waters on our way from the Devils Marbles to Katherine.  This town is just off the highway and has an airfield which was used in WWII and a great little pub with a caravan park attached.  We stopped in an had a quick look around town and a drink at the pub.  Oh My Goodness what a lot of memorabilia this pub holds.  It also has a great beer garden with a stage and during the peak season they have lots of entertainment.  Ron and I have already decided to make this a stop over when we head up to Darwin again.  Anyway, the base for the page is 12″ x 12″ Whisper White.  I added the striped piece of Frosted Boutique Designer Series paper behind the top edge of the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper before attaching to the Whisper White card.  I printed a few photos at 2″ x 3″ and attached them across the designer series paper.  I printed the journalling on the computer, attached it to Soft Suede card and then to the page.  The larger photo is 6″ x 4″ and attached to the top left hand corner.  I cut the title from Soft Suede card using the retired Little Letters Framelits Dies.

As you can see, a simple page, but one that will always bring a smile to my face as I remember our first visit to this town.

Bye for now,

Kris

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