Cornish Coastline

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Mike and I have had a fabulous time travelling in Cornwall.  It is such a pretty corner of the world.

Cornish coast

This layout is one I adapted a little bit from the Wanderful WOTG kit. (G1088)  Once again, we have taken far too many photos so I had to find a way to squeeze extras onto the page.  Not shown in this photo are the Flip Flaps I will be adding to the layout at home.  I’m really excited to have a pack of 15 3″ x 4″ Flip Flaps  (Z3027)in our range now.  I print most of  my photos in this size and I love how Flip Flaps allow me to include lots more photos on the page than I would normally.

Wanderful WOTG

Here’s those trusty two stamps from the Wanderful WOTG  (G1088) again!  I just love how easy it is to find a space for journaling with these stamps.

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The border along the bottom of the page was created using the camera and flash icons from the World Traveller Stamp Set (C1592).  I used Flaxen ink on Flaxen cardstock.  This is one of the new colours in our range and I know it’s going to be a favourite for me.  The Black Arrows Washi Tape (Z2003) finished the border off nicely, I think.

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The sentiment on this stamp sums up how I feel!  I adore travel and I have a very long list of places I want to visit.  The thing I enjoy as much as the travel, is creating albums with my photos when I get home.  It’s like I’ve taken the trip twice!.  I stamped this image twice – once in Archival Black Ink (44751) and once in Crystal Blue (Z2117).  Next I cut the globe out of the Crystal Blue image and layered it over the black one.

Happy Scrappin’

Shaunna

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