Happy Thursday to you! It’s time for another Scrapbook Challenge over at Mark’s Finest Paper! This week, we’re going to have fun with another Anything Goes Challenge…yay! That means, you can make any kind of a page or layout that you choose. It just needs to have a stamp somewhere on it. If you use a Mark’s Finest Paper stamp on your project, you’ll get double entries towards the prize. What are you playing for?
So, there’s a SUPER COOL place up in here Washington State that we’ve been to a few times. It’s called the Olympic Game Farm and it’s one of those places that you can drive through, while wild animals roam free. You can feed tons of different animals, and the majority of them come right up to your car! Among other things, it’s a place for retired movie animals. They even have bears that will wave at you and smile…especially if you’re throwing some bread their way!!
In the page above, you can see a buffalo sticking his head into our car window and taking a hot dog bun from my daughter’s hand! If you look closely at the bottom picture on that page, you can see his super slimy long tongue wrapping all the way around the bun!!
The page below shows an antelope eating a piece of bread from my son’s mouth! And in the bottom photo, you can see one sticking his head in my window and “giving me kisses.” We always have SO MUCH FUN when we go there!!
So, for these fun pages, I used a variety of goodies. I’ve had some Bo Bunny animal prints papers I’ve been sitting on for years. This seemed like the perfect use for them. I designed my own title (Olympic Game Farm) with my Silhouette Cameo. I also used three different MFP stamp sets; the new Marsh Birds set for the pink flamingo and the blue heron, the Be A Showoff set for the two peacocks, and the Zoo friends set for the adorable little elephant, zebra. giraffe and monkey, plus the two sentiments. I colored all the animals with Bic Mark-Its
Don’t forget, you have until next Wednesday at 8 pm EST to link up. See you there!
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