Thursday, June 26, 2008


Summertime brings visits to the zoo to see all the wild animals. Now the questions is which animals are more wild, the ones in the cages or the ones you brought with you. So to celebrate this family tradition, here is a great zoo layout with places for a bunch of photographs.

For this, you will need Outdoors and More's Zoo Quick Cropper and Animals Skins Border paper, everything (plus a lot more) is also included in the Zoo Moving Memories Kit or the Zoo Kit.

Inside the Animal Skins Border paper, notice how there are three vertical columns and one horizontal column along the bottom. Each vertical column is about 2.5" wide. There is a light brown framed by a darker brown. The large horizontal column along the bottom is also about 2.5" high.

Places are made for three different size photographs and a little journal entry on the top left where the date and name of the zoo visited can be placed.

The elephant, gorilla, cheetah and "ZOO" sign are used from the Zoo Quick Cropper and are also matted onto the brown frames (In total, there are seven total frames, two in each vertical column and the large horizontal one along the bottom).

On each frame, a little decoration is used to liven up the edges. They used a straight line with two lines every so often. So the border looks like this: ----//----//----

This zoo layout looks great, and will be the perfect layout to display pictures of all the wild creatures and their crazy antics, along with the ones who live at the zoo.

Happy Scrapping!

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