I'm not quite finished yet. Still sticking all those little buggers down. I have a meeting this morning and have to teach a class tonight, so maybe tomorrow. Just keep your shirts on (PLEASE!).
Okay, here is the new and improved version of Pocahontas. Still not great. I don't like this one at ALL.
Next is Tarzan Rocks.
Next is Flights of Wonder:
And what would be wrong with the Pocahontas LO???? I like it and still need to work on mine. I love the Terk on the Tarzan Rocks LO! Great job T!
You didn't give us any supply details....I love the paper you used on Flights of Wonder! You must be so proud of yourself they look great!
I'm still working on Festival of the Lion King. It should be up later today or tomorrow.
All of the papers and card stock used in the above layouts are from Die Cuts With a View. The letters are Wal-Mart specials. Pocahontas, the eagle, and parrot are all EK Success. Terk is my own creation. I cut him out of paper with my very own scissors. The circles on the Tarzan Rocks layout I cut with my brand new circle scissor that I'm not very good with yet. I tried cutting some photos with it for Pocahontas and got very aggravated and decided I like squares MUCH better.
You didn't let me finish posting! Stop typing so fast! Growl.
Don't look too closely or you will notice that Pocahontas and Flights of Wonder have the same paper.
Well, I originally pulled that paper out because it made me think of 'the colors of the wind'. Then when I was looking for Flights of Wonder I was still thinking about flying on 'the wind' and I really liked that paper, so I used it. Which is really something new for me. I have always leaned toward very tailored, classic patterns. You know, checks, plaids, pinstripes, that sort of thing. Do you suppose scrapping is making me broaden my horizons? Step out of my comfort zone? See things from a new perspective?