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Think of the Thinks


Think of the Thinks

We were sitting in church when my six year old drew these fanciful creatures. They were so fun I just had to scrap them. I downloaded a photo of a Persian rug off the internet and warped it in Photoshop to create the flying carpet.

Journaling reads:
Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the thinks you can think up if only you try!
Dr. Seuss

We love all the fantastic creatures you create in your wonderful mind.

Supplies:
Thao Cosgrove's Naturescape kit
Font: CK Stenography



    Well we can see where your son got his creativness from! Excellent LO Izzy!!
    This is so creative! And your son's drawings-wonderful!What a precious memory to scrap. Can't wait for my twins to start drawing, so I can scraplift this LO! Right now they want to eat the crayons more than scribble.
    Awesome LO! I thought he was actually sitting on that rug until I read your description.....you did a great job putting that in thepicture. That was a great idea, scanning his drawings and putting them in this layout, you made a keepsake. Love the quote too, love everything, very whimsical....Great Job!
    This is a wonderful layout! So fanciful - so creative - so dreamy! What a great way to keep and showcase his drawings. He will look at this when he's older and know that you really treasured his childhood. TFS and thanks for the great idea!
    I was thinking the exact thing Brenda said! :D Great layout, so creative. And I really like that quote from Dr. Seuss.
    Very cool and creative!!! Love this :)
    wow this is such a creative lo. you layouts have been so wonderful lately. i've really enjoyed looking at them.
    yes, creativitiy must run in the family! THis is great! So original too. LOVE the title, the journaling, the carpet - everything is just great. Oh and his drawings as well. WOW!
    This is a very eye catching LO! I also thought he was sitting on the rug- you did a great job extracting and piecing the pictures together. I love the idea of scanning his drawings and using them in LO's. I will have to keep that idea for when my peanut starts to draw!
    Seeing this lo motivates me to get my scanner up and running! The way you warped all of the wording makes it fanciful and dream-linke, and the drawings are a wonderful personal touch. Great work!!