I was very inspired by the photo Anthonette submitted to the Traveler's Inspiration Challenge on Tina's blog. We went on vacation to Colorado two years ago to go snow boarding, and we passed through New Mexico. We went through a town called Pojoque and saw this rock that was shaped like a camel. It is a tourist attraction and is actually called "Camel Rock". So when I saw the picture of the pueblo's, it just reminded me of how beautiful New Mexico is, and this neat rock, and the sky's really are that beautiful! We went to Angel Fire, New Mexico this year for our vacation and it is the town right next to Taos were the pueblo's in the picture were. I decided to do a 8 1/2 X 11 scrapbook page for the challenge, to help with the vacation album I have been wanting to make. I decided to use some paper that I have never used, (like Kristina had suggested, to use stuff we have had for awhile), and the papers just looked like fabric that you might find in New Mexico. I did a lot of stitching,(which I love) and it kind of went with the fabric theme. I used my Cricut for the Title and added some lines and dots. I used my own hand writing (which I don't like), but I try to use it more in pages for my kids, because they will have these albums one day! Added some buttons and I think that's it! I am still trying to take pictures of layouts, it seems to be hard for me. I guess I just need to keep working at it! So here it is!
Here is Anthonette's picture.
Here is a picture of "Camel Rock".
Here is my page.
Here is a close up of the stitched papers.
Paper- My Mind's Eye, cream cs, scraps for my stash
Accessories- Cricut for title, buttons- Paper Studio, white crocheting thread, white thread from sewing machine, brown marker
Have a Blessed night!