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Roadrunner posted Sep 28, 2020
by shoorn

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At the end of the day we saw a roadrunner - first time IRL. I have always liked this bird but had never actually seen one. I think they are quirky looking and that appeals to me. Note - the grasshopper that was on a previous page had fallen off when I went to put it in a page protector. I usually do that at least once a week to protect my pages. I could not find it! So I picked another chipboard piece that would match - a green and brown mushroom and used it. Then a couple of days later I moved my 3 shelf wheeled cart and there the grasshopper was! And it it perfect for this page as roadrunners eat lizards and bugs. Since I didn't get a picture I used a postcard and a photo from the Internet. I stamped an arrow on the other photo to show where we saw him.

Journaling: The hike back to the parking lot didn't seem to take as long and we got to the car in good time. While sitting there drinking water, I noticed a bird on the ground by the trail. It was a Roadrunner - my 1st sighting! the the time I got the camera out he was gone.

pp - Echo Park, Simple Stories, chipboard & stickers - Simple Stories, alphas - Doodlebug, stamp - Autumn Leaves & Tim Holtz (arrow), ink - Tsukineko & Tim Holtz.

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This submission used products from ... Doodlebug, Autumn Leaves, Tim Holtz, Tsukineko, Echo Park, Simple Stories


10/3/20 6:56 am
Very creative way to record that memory. Lovely page and papers.

9/30/20 12:07 pm
I just discovered some journaling stamps, too. Love your distressing! Thanks for participating in the September Manufacturer Challenge.

9/29/20 9:40 am
What a cool looking bird! I love the distressed paper and bug accents.

9/28/20 4:35 pm
I love the papers you used and the gorgeous colors! Even though you didn't get a picture I love how you documented the story and the arrow stamped on the photo where you saw him is a great way to preserve the memory! Really great journaling! Thanks for doing my challenge!