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Maryborough

June 5, 2021

Unfortunately on our trip to Tin Can Bay we only had nice weather for the first two days, after that the rain set and it was really heavy, however, we did manage a day trip to Maryborough. What a lovely town and the birthplace of P.L. Travers the author of Mary Poppins. My page begins with the addition of a piece of Fine Floral Designer Series Paper across the top section of Basic White 12″ x 12″ card. I attached a strip of Night of Navy card below that before attaching my photos to the page.

I cut the title from Basic White card using the Playful Alphabet Dies and attached it across the middle section of both pages. I cut Merry Merlot card using the Basic Border Dies and attached a strip across the bottom of each page. I continued with the floral theme by stamping a hibiscus flower from the Timeless Tropical stamp set onto Basic White card using Merry Merlot ink. I also stamped several frangipani flowers from the same stamp set onto Basic White card using Bumblebee ink. The leaves also from the same stamp set are stamped onto Basic White card using Mossy Meadow ink. The flowers and leaves are cut out using the In The Tropics Dies before being attached to the pages. I printed my journaling onto Basic White card before attaching it to the right hand page. Maryborough is such a beautiful town with lots of amazing things to see including the Mary Poppins museum which we didn’t have time to visit.

Because of the rain we packed up and went home early which was a shame but we will visit this area again soon.

Bye for now,

Kris

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