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V - Once In A Lifetime...


V - Once In A Lifetime...

Yes, I know you've seen this photo before... But I'll probably scrap every photo from Africa at least three times before I know what to send to Shutterfly or Bound2Remember!
I scrapped this pic again because I spent the better part of today going through a tutorial available on another site...
Together with the "Layer Masks Class" with DeniseD I just took here at ScrapGirls (yes, I will finnish my homework... - someday!),
this is the best things I've learned in ages!!!
So, even if it's not ScrapGirls' related - I'll post it here.
And I know how you Girls enjoy my Africa-LO's...
TFL!

Journaling reads:
...you might get to experience a birthday like mine! Even if it wasn’t our first day in Kenya - It was the first real Game Drive for us! We drove round Lake Nakuru and took in all the truly spectacular views and animals! My favourite will always be when we “stumbled” across this Rhino and her calf. They ate in peace while we watched and photographed...

Credits:
Patterned paper from Lynn Grieveson's "Pelican Lake"
Brown paper from Katie Pertiet's "La Cremerie - Chocolat"
Frames, tag and stitches from the LessonKit by Katie Pertiet that came with "Laying It All Out No. 04: Extractions with Dimension" by Cassie Jones
Everything at DesignerDigitals

Fonts are Cezanne and Pica



    This is breathtaking. Amazing photos. I love the leaves on the paper with the cream background. Cute idea to use the safety pin. I love this layout! I really like the rino coming out of the frame/photo. That's eyecatching.
    You did a great job of getting the rhino to come out of the picture. I love doing this type of technique but can never seem to get it to blend in with the rest of my layout. Yours looks great
    Wow, that's amazing. You captured the beauty in your layout. Great job. I really like the soft leafy paper it accents the photos but does not overpower them. TFS.
    Yes I love all your Africa trip LOs. What creative composition-photo placement, leaves-everything. TFS!