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First Trip

May 29, 2021

Ron and I finally took delivery of our new caravan late in April. We had to wait a bit longer than we thought because of all the Covid shut downs and because no-one can travel overseas, caravans are in big demand. We were excited to take it away before Ron had his knee operation. We decided to visit Tin Can Bay because it’s a lovely spot and because it’s only a few hours from home. To begin my page I attached a strip of the Pattern Party Designer Series Paper to the right hand side of Basic White 12″ x 12″ page and the left hand side of the another Basic White 12″ x 12″ page.

I attached a length of Very Vanilla Scalloped Lace Trim down the edge of the Designer Series Paper. I cut Basic Black card using the Basic Borders Dies to create a circle effect and attached the die cuts to each of the photos before they were attached across the page.

I cut the title from Basic Black card using the Playful Alphabet Dies and attached “first” to one page and “trip” to the other. I created my journaling on the computer and printed onto Basic White card. The journaling is attached to Basic Black card and then left hand page. I attached a smaller photo to the right hand page, it shows the storm brewing out to sea when we visited Rainbow Beach. I stamped several hibiscus and frangipani flowers from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto Basic White card using Calypso Coral, Mango Melody and Daffodil Delight ink. I also stamped several leaves from the same stamp set using Granny Apple Green ink. The flowers and leaves were cut out using the co-ordinating In The Tropics stamp set before attaching them to the pages.

As usual, simple but brings happy thoughts to mind.

Bye for now,

Kris

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