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Mamukala Wetlands

November 16, 2019

Today I am sharing a a couple of Pocket Pages that shows off some more pictures of our first day at Kakadu.  The first page shows photos from our visit to Mamukala Wetlands on our way to Ubirr Rocks.  What a great place.  I created my journaling block, by stamping the sand image from the High Tide stamp set across the bottom of a 3″ x 4″ Whisper White panel. I stamped the grass image from the same stamp set using Mossy Meadow ink.  The birds from the High Tide stamp set are stamped using Early Espresso ink.  I created the journaling on my computer to complete the page.  The second page shows another stop on our way to Ubirr Rocks where Sarah was excited to see her first croc in the wild.  I should say crocs because they were everywhere.  My journaling is printed on Whisper White card 3″ x 4″.  And onto another 3″ x 4″ piece of Whisper White card, I stamped the water image onto the lower left hand corner using one of the stamps from the Waterfront stamp set and Bermuda Bay ink.  I stamped Crumb Cake card next to the water image using another of the Waterfront images.  I used the same image as I did for the water to add Balmy Blue into to the top right hand corner of the Whisper White panel.  I added a punched 1″ circle of Daffodil Delight card to represent the sun.  The title is cut from Early Espresso card using the retired Timeless Type Dies.

These pocket pages co-ordinate perfectly with the page I shared last week.  I love how you can mix and match, single pages with the pocket pages to get your Memory Keeping into the album a little quicker.

Bye for now,

Kris

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