Feeding the Giraffes

This layout is from Sandra’s and my visit to the Wild Life Park in Phoenix.  We both loved the Giraffe enclosure as we were able to actually feed the gentle giants.  The zoo must have known I was coming because they built a tower for me (who knew 🙂 ), so that I could see eye to eye with these magnificent creatures.  I got the Bo Bunny paper and ephemera from Selena’s fabulous mobile shop that we affectionately call “The Scrapmobile”.  You might have been wondering about how to use the film stickers from the various Bo Bunny collections…………ok maybe only I was wondering.  It was only now when I went to look up what they were called, that I realized that they were sticky backed.  The fact that they are called Bo Bunny Film “stickers” escaped me somehow.  It is all good though as it led me to make little slides out of them using a Maggie Holmes die that I picked up for cheap at Homesense.  I think they look very cute on the layout.

 

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Supplies:  Bo Bunny Safari Collection,  Bo Bunny Noteworthy Safari ephemera,  Bo Bunny Safari stickers, Maggie Holmes Open Book die set, Envirotex lite pour on epoxy, glossy accents, Crackerbox Palace medium eyes, 3M foam tape, Creatology sticky backed fun foam,  American Craft This to That adhesive, Ranger Multi Medium Matte, Simon Says Stamp Sketch Star die and Scor tape.

 

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About DebSelby

I am a Mom to three great sons, a grandmother to four great grandkids and a totally addicted scrapbooker, cardmaker now that I have retired from paid work.

Posted on June 27, 2015, in Oscar's (Deb's) Scrapbook layouts and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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