I'm never sure exactly how to scrap wildlife photos, so I was pretty happy with how this one came together:
I was inspired by the challenge at Achiscraps to use something clear. I used some Heidi Swapp ghost shape flowers:
I'd also like to join in over at Scrap Our Stash for the stash challenge:
P - pink flowers
A - acetate flowers
P - Prima alphabets
E - Enchanted Garden paper
R - Recorded Collection paper
09/08/2015 edit to add: I've had some lovely comments from US visitors to my blog, so I thought I'd add a bit more information! In Australia we commonly call this kind of creature a goanna. My layout title "sand monitor" is a generic term for a couple of different kinds of goanna that are found across outback Australia, including Gould's Monitor (I am not a biologist so I can't tell the difference). They have the beautiful red/brown/sandy colouring to blend with their environment. YES, they roam free, and they are a bit scary looking! They grow to around 2m (6ft) long and can run quite fast.
At home on our semi-rural property we have goannas too - but they are lace monitors. They are a different colour (dark grey/brown). They can grow just as big (and can be just as scary looking!) The biggest problem is that they get into the chicken enclosure and steal our eggs!
Kaisercraft Enchanted Garden - Entrance patterned paper
Websters Pages Allison Kreft - Recorded patterned paper
Heidi Swapp Ghost Shapes - Flowers acetate flowers
Kaisercraft pink flowers
Prima Meadowlark textured canvas alphabets
Bella! Sarah-Jane - Narratives journalling card
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