Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Animal Kingdom

I just finished Day Two in my Orlando Trip album.  I love that I'm doing a mixture of pocket pages and regular 12x12 layouts.  This layout is the title page for Day Two.  The day at Animal Kingdom:

The sketch follows the weekly sketch at Let's Scrap.  Go to their sketch challenge site by clicking on the badge to the right or HERE.


Here's their sketch:


As you can see, I flipped the sketch and made it a one page.  I stamped some brown ink using some bubble wrap and then stamped some scratches with my new Gorgeous Grunge stamp set by Stampin' Up.  Some animal print washi tape, black diamonds and a doily.  The Disney badge on the top right was given to me while at Animal Kingdom when I donated $1 to the project.  I wanted to add something "Disney" and that's why I added the Mufasa sticker.  


8 comments:

  1. Oh I love the flip of the sketch . Great idea. I love the tags and the die cut peeping out on the side. Thanks for sharing at Let's Scrap.

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  2. Gorgeous layout! Love all the finishing touches... thankyou for playing along at Lets scrap!

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  3. Love how flipped the sketch to the side!!! Thanks for playing with us at Let's Scrap!!

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  4. Ah, fun work! Love the background work!
    Thanks for joining us at Let's Scrap!

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  5. Yes I do a mix of the two as well... means I can get stuff recorded quicker and I like the PL way. This is great. Love that you rotated the sketch and made it your own. Great job Dorlene. Thanks for playing along with us at Let's Scrap Sketches :D

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  6. Love that you flipped the sketch and made it your own! Thank you for sharing with us at Let's Scrap Sketches!

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  7. Wonderful page, great take on the sketch! Thanks for playing at Let's scrap !

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  8. Great flip of the sketch. Love the use of the bubble wrap and that you added the pin. Thanks for creating with us at Let's Scrap!

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