Talk about working your visual triangles on this one! :) I have commenced 13 days leave from work today so thought I'd kick it off with a LO. There's no journalling to this one yet, because I am the little one in the yellow raincoat and can't remember much. I have emailed my parents to see if they have further details to share. Feeding the lorikeets is a daily scheduled activity at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast. I think my sister was petrified by the birds as they are very loud and can be quite demanding. It's a bit weird scrapbooking about taking a family holiday to a location that is now a 30 minute drive from where I live.
Papers, ribbon and chipboard for this LO came from a kit I had purchased 2-3 years ago and never got around to completing. I was originally going to use the black alphas included in the kit but at the last minute decided to go for the bright title, really happy with the end effect.
Drat, I just noticed I spelt 'Sanctuary' wrong!
This LO was inspired by the current challenge at Another Freaking Scrappy Challenge. The theme was "April showers bring May flowers" – scrap about a rainfall, or storm. I think it's pretty obvious from the raincoats that the photo was taken during a rainfall. I also used the background paper upside-down to simulate rainfall. I also had to use the sketch below, which I stuck pretty close to.