One of the things that I miss, living in the tropics, is Autumn. I miss watching the colours of the leaves change and the anticipation of wearing snuggly hand knits and lighting a fire. We have two seasons: hot and wet and hot and dry. Anyway, the October challenge at Berry71Bleu was an autumn themed mood board.
I had no autumn photos, but I did have some papers that matched the board and so scrapped up this page of Gorgeous Girl on safari in Zambia in 2011. It’s hard to believe how much she has grown! She had just turned 4 in this picture.
I used my hexagon templates from quilting and wrote the journalling in a plain one.
The other solid hexagon was cut from a piece of embossed card my SMIL sent me as part of a care package a while ago.
I used some barbed wire from Molossi.
This page took me much loner than it usually takes me to make a page (and I’m not a fast scrapper to start with), but I’m happy with how it turned out, and it’s one more photo out of the box and onto a page…