Monday, April 11, 2022

Stick It Down Challenge Layout; Zion

I've got a lot of photos to scrapbook of our road trip to Zion and down to Tucson. The photos are amazing and I'm so excited to see them again and relive the trip.

I'm using a two page sketch from the Stick It Down challenge site to create this quick layout. I love sketches that can hold many 4x6 photos and this two page spread holds six!

I also filmed a process video mostly to show how I created the three clusters. If you subscribe to my YouTube channel, Dorlene Durham, you know that I created a kit of papers and embellishments to scrapbook my hiking photos and that's where I pulled all of the products.

Here are some close ups:

The paper that I cut apart was perfect for this sketch and like I mentioned above, made it super easy to put together!

Take a peek at the video:

Be sure to click over to Stick It Down to see the sketch and other layouts!

Products Used:
Life in Color stickers from Simple Stories (arrows, labels and that black circle!)
Paper Region Strips from Are We There Yet? by Carta Bella
Mountain/Lake Cricut Cut
Black Licorice Color Silk by Fun Stampers Journey


  1. WOW! I love your pictures and whole layout. Having lived in and worked for NP's, I am a fan. I love Zion, and you captured it so well in your photos. Your embellishments and map background are perfect. I love the mountain scene you created as well. Thank you for joining Stick It Down--Sharon DT

  2. Fantastic layout! I love all the national parks so much but Zion is one that I haven't been to yet (so naturally this makes me want to go! Haha! THanks for joining us at Stick It Down!

  3. Awesome two page layout! Beautiful photos and I too love the map background!
    Thank you for playing along with our double page sketch this month at Stick It Down!

  4. Absolutely beautiful layout! Loved watching your video on how you came up with your clustering ideas . . .Great take on the sketch too! Thanks for joining us this month at Stick it Down.


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