There are great challenges and prizes to be won, so I hope you will join in the fun and play along. You can get all the details about the online crop at the Two Scrapbook Friends blog. Click here!
My challenge is to incorporate 'animals from around the world' in your project. Many of us visit the zoo over the summer months, or maybe you spent the day at African Lion Safari. One of our local parks has animals that originate from different parts of the world. Who knows, maybe your pet has a worldly history? Whatever the case, use these as the topic and insiration for your project.
I am going to inspire you with a layout that I created around a North Chinese leopard from the San Diego Zoo. His name is Jama! He was born at a zoo in Germany in 1993 and I had the pleasure of meeting him in 2012.
To mat the main photo of my layout, I created a file folder using my Silhouette. I used the tab to display his name using mini alphabet stickers.
I created a little cluster of paper and stickers in the top right corner of my page to give my page a little dimension because the design on the paper itself is very flat. I even managed to find some leopard paper.
I added a second photo of Jama to show the front of his very handsome face. I found a sticker in my sticker bin that matched and helped create a little more dimension to balance my page.
My favourite part of my layout is the journaling. I used a new font and my Silhouette Sketch Pens. It took a little patience to set it up but I am very impressed with the results. I also added some footprints around my page using a stamp. They are subtle and blend in with the background.
Be sure to pop over to the Two Scrapbook Friends blog and get all the details for this awesome online crop and join in.