When I scrapbook I try to get as many 4x6 photos onto one or two pages as I can. I am a firm believer in letting the photos speak for themselves (maybe that is why I forget to journal!). For this trip I wanted to show where in Saskatchewan, Canada we were and also what the campground looked like. I used an official road map that came with all the travel info from the prairie province and scanned it to my computer. Then slightly modified it and printed it onto Very Vanilla card stock. The same was done with the campground map. I am still thinking about adding a brad to our campsite number and also onto the Provincial map so that others can tell where we were.

Stamps: Pattern Pines (retired)
Ink: Handsome Hunter, Old Olive
Paper: Crumb Cake (or Kraft), Handsome Hunter, Very Vanilla
Accessories: Old Olive grosgrain ribbon, sticky strip, Big Shot with Timeless Type Alphabet


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  1. Love your pages, makes me want to go to the park. Great use of the little pines trees. TFS

  2. These are great pages! I love your focus on the photos!

  3. Love how you used Patterned Pines on this layout! Great job!

  4. I love this page, and think I will have to case it. I think is is very cool that your letters are tone on tone with the actual pages.

    How did you like it at Moose Mountain? I have camped there so many times growing up and I loved it, except for all the darn mosquitoes.


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