And A Moo Moo There
Life on the farm, is there a more peaceful way to spend your days?
As children, there is an endless supply of fun to be had on the farm. An outback Adventure Playground!! “Old MacDonald” has been telling us for years about all the animals that can be found down on the farm. What an amazing place for a child to spend some time! In this story I wanted to feature fun farm layouts and the activities that can be found on the farm featuring our children.
I particularly love Cathy’s Layout “Grandma’s Cows”, the digi kit she used for this layout is perfect and features so many elements that you would find on a farm. The fencing wire background, the burlap that sits behind the photos and those wonderful looking animals sticking their heads through the fence! The photos really blend in well in this layout too featuring the lovely grassy pastures and Grandma’s Cows.
Lauren’s Layout “Down on the Farm”, is a hybrid layout but done on a corrugated cardboard base. The photo which has been coloured using Photoshop to suit the vintage theme really pops against the card base and the “real” wire background!
Grandma’s Cows by Cathy Dippolito
Element: Digital Kit: E-I-E-I-O Combo by Chelle's Creations, Digi template Blueprints set 4 by True Blue Studio, Software: Photoshop CS4, Fonts: Travelling Typewriter.
I extracted the pig in order to make it look like it is sticking it's head
through the fence.
One of the fun parts about going to Grandma Cat’s & Grandad’s is
getting to see all the cows and farm animals!
Down on the Farm by Lauren Bell
Paper: October Afternoon, Cardstock: Corrugated Cardboard, Alphabet: American Crafts Thickers, Bling: Kaiser Craft, Pens: Uniball Signo, Thread: Bakers Twine, Other: Chicken Wire, Staples, Felt.
Design Notes: Use corrugated cardboard
and fencing wire to give a earthy/country feel.
Down on the Farm by Sarah Ward
Cardstock: Aussie Scrap Source, Paper: October Afternoon, Teresa Collins , Chipboard: Words or Whatever, Glimmer Mist: Tattered Angels, Ink: Tim Holtz, Alphabets: Jillibean Soup, Button: Sweet Tierney, Purple Pumpkin, Paint: Making Memories, Lace: Prima Marketing.
Secure your alpha by using your sewing machine, this creates a unique touch!
Don't be scared to over-ink!!
Journaling: A great family day out @
the i98fm Convoy for Kids. Georgia loved the farm animals. Nov