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The first of two Dinosaur Scrapbook Pages

Dinosaur scrapbook page by Shimelle Laine with Paige Evans' Bloom Street and dinosaur cut file

Hello and RAWR to you today, friends! It’s my turn to share a page on “Paige’s blog”: and today I’m scrapbooking with Bloom Street’s pastel colours and some dinosaurs. What could be a better way to spend the day? Pretty sure RAWR is dinosaur for ‘stay home and scrapbook’ and I’m on board.

Dinosaur scrapbook page by Shimelle Laine with Paige Evans' Bloom Street and dinosaur cut file

I’ve had the Geometric Dinosaur cut file bookmarked in my mind for a while, but someone recently asked which papers I would use specifically from Bloom Street to bring this dino to life, so it had to be done! And it appears the answer is all the greens and purples, plus a cheeky pair of chipmunks.

You can watch it all from start to finish in this process video.

Thanks so much for braving this fearsome T-Rex and I wish you much pastel fun in your own creating this week!

Dinosaur scrapbook page by Shimelle Laine with Paige Evans' Bloom Street and dinosaur cut file

21 March 2020



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2 Comments for The first of two Dinosaur Scrapbook Pages

  1. Gab Says:

    So fun!!

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    It’s very good post which I really enjoyed reading. It is not everyday that I have the possibility to see something like this.

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