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It's A Zoo Day posted Feb 3, 2018
by Sandi0805

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For the February sketch with a twist and patterned paper challenges. Also for day 30 of the 30/30 day challenge.

Picture of my grandkids and their friends at the Indy Zoo the summer of 2013.

BoBunny - patterned papers
CTMH - cardstock
Queen & Co. - bling
Quickutz - alpha title
Tim Holtz - spray stain and ink
Zig - Wink of Stella

Products Used
This submission used products from ... Queen & Co, Tim Holtz, Lifestyle Crafts, Zig, BoBunny
Gathered Twig - Tim Holtz Distress Spray Stains 1.9oz Bottles
$5.99 $5.79 
 
Gathered Twigs Distress Ink Pad - Tim Holtz
$5.99 $5.49 
 
Glitter Clear - Wink Of Stella Brush Glitter Marker
$6.99 $5.99 
 



Comments

karensay
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2/3/18 3:17 pm
i like the large letter title


DN in MN
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2/4/18 10:22 am
I love the touch of spray in the two corners and your banner placement :)


Deanna13
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2/4/18 4:22 pm
I like the big alphas and misting, Sandi! Great take on the sketch and thanks for playing along! :)


mgehrke
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2/5/18 8:07 am
I love the misting that you did on your page. Also the large font for your title is perfect. Great job!!!


blbabe1234
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2/5/18 11:23 am
Really awesome take on the sketch


shoorn
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2/6/18 10:14 am
I love the misting and the large alphas for the title!


sweetsour
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2/6/18 11:20 am
Perfect nature colours and pretty patterns for your pics. Thanks for joining me in Feb's Patterned Paper challenge.


JillinIN
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2/6/18 8:22 pm
I love this layout. The banners look great with the little hint of bling on them and the distressing is awesome.


emmapaige
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2/21/18 7:02 am
Great take on the sketch- love the alphas you used.