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Quilpie

November 6, 2021

Today’s pages show off some photos from our stay at Quilpie back in August/September. We stayed three nights here and it was so lovely. The park was beautiful and the town was typical with wide streets and centre gardens with some amazing sculpture as well! I began by stamping some mountains using the Mountain Air stamp set. I stamped the solid mountain image using Cajun Craze ink which I stamped onto scrap paper first. I stamped the detailed mountain image over the top using Early Espresso ink.

I stamped the solid tree image across the bottom of the mountains using Sahara Sand ink with the detailed image over the top using Mossy Meadow ink. The mountain images were stamped onto the right hand side of one Very Vanilla 12″ x 12″ page and the left hand side of another Very Vanilla 12″ x 12″ page. I cut two strips of Early Espresso 12″ x 12″ card using the border die from the Scalloped Contour Dies.

I attached the strips down the side of two pieces of In Good Taste Designer Series Paper. The designer series paper panels were attached to the left hand side of one Very Vanilla page and the right hand side of the other Very Vanilla page. I attached the photos to Early Espresso card before attaching them to the pages. I created the journaling on the computer and printed onto Very Vanilla card which I also attached to Early Espresso card before attaching to the right hand page. I cut the title from Early Espresso card using the Playful Alphabet Dies. Lastly I stamped the bird image from the Mountain Air stamp set above the mountains on both pages using Early Espresso ink.

I was a little worried about how to get a lot of photos onto these pages but I used a page layout from Pinterest to get me started and I am so happy with how they turned out. What about you? What do you think?

Bye for now,

Kris

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