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Kakadu

November 9, 2019

We packed a lot into our trip to Darwin and it was really exciting reaching Kakadu.  This page is really quite simple but it brings back lots of memories.  This is where we stopped because Sarah and Sean’s car air conditioning had stopped working.  The driving belt was a mangled mess and it took Sean and Ron a little while to remove the debris, which gave us time for a walk around and a photo opportunity!  My page base is 12″ x 12″ Whisper White card.  I attached a 6″ square piece of Early Espresso paper from the Neutrals Designer Series Paper to the left hand side of the page.  I did sponge around the edges using Early Espresso ink first.  I stamped the Birch Background stamp onto Crumb Cake card using Crumb Cake ink and sponged around the edges using the same ink.  This panel is attached to the right hand side of the page.  I cut a strip of Mossy Meadow paper from the Neutrals Designer Series Pack and trimmed one end with the Triple Banner Punch and sponged around the edges using Mossy Meadow ink.  I did cut this strip in half so that it would reach further across the page and since my photo is on top, no-one knows!  My journaling is printed onto Whisper White card, cut into strips and attached to Early Espresso card before being attached to the page.  I didn’t add a title because the photo says it all.

It seems like only yesterday we were doing this trip and yet it is already over 12 months ago.  I need to spend a bit more time scrapbooking!

Bye for now,

Kris

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