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Walk in the Wild Side Blog Hop

Hi Friends!  Thanks for stopping by the blog hop today. You should have hopped over from Haidee but if you are coming in the middle, you can start with Lisa, our hop hostess. Make sure you leave a comment on all the blogs because there is some awesome giveaways!

We were asked to make a project that inspires us to "walk on the wild side".  For my project, I attempted animal masks for the kiddos, but they didn't come out how I wanted them to, so on to plan B...
I ask Ms Jessie-girl if she wanted to help Mama with a cute layout of my of her going to the zoo for the first time. She was excited and amazed that she went without her brother and sister. I laughingly told her that she was more than enough for us by herself at the time.

I had a cute zoo theme sticker pack and a couple of pictures that she picked out and this is what she came up with...


I think she did a great job and was really impressed on how she clustered some of the items. She told me it was because she watched me. (she is 8 now by the way).  I love how she has the monkey hanging from the picture!

And now it was Mama's turn. I tweaked it just a little bit and she loved it...
I added some stickles on the animals to make them pop, added a couple journal labels (someone suggested this in my comments from last hop and I loved the idea). And I punched out the corners of the 12x12 paper.
Here are some close ups...

So there you have it. I love scrapbooking with my kiddos and this was a great hop to scrap some of my older pictures! Thanks for stopping by, your next stop is Lucy.

The following is a list of all the sites that have been so generous and are sponsoring this blog hop. A Walk On The Wild Side Blog Hop August 24th

Royal Prize Pack from Theresa TheScrapbooking Queen

$15.00 Gift Certificate from KaDoodle Bug Designs

$10.00 Gift Certificate from Treasure Box Designs

Stamp Set of winners choice from Paper Sweeties


$15.00 Gift Certificate from Too Cute by Jessica


A gift valued at $10.00 from Lettering Delights



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Hope you have a blessed day and thanks for stopping by,
 

Comments

  1. Wonderful layouts Sandy and such good memories to treasure. TFS!

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  2. Great layouts and even more wonderful that your daughter helped out.
    Thank you for sharing.
    marcia
    mvanhoosan@gmail.com

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  3. Your layout is so adorable! She did a wonderful job helping you! tanks for being in the hop with me.

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  4. Cute zoo layout. I follow your blog.

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  5. What a great layout. Love the little animals the giraffe is my favorite! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Another lovely blog hop 'A Walk on the Wild Side'

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  7. I love your layouts. I especially love that you did them together. What a sweet memory to add to the zoo memories. TFS.
    D~
    http://designsbydragonfly.blogspot.com
    (Google follower)

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  8. Love your layout! Love that you worked on it together...more memories being made. ;-) Like how you added the Stickles.

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  9. very cute page


    cathie
    scraphappycat@gmail.com

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  10. I think it is so special that you allowed your daughter to work on it with you. And it came out super cute! Scrappy hugs, Connie
    http://conniecancrop.blogspot.com

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  11. adorable layout, love all the wild critters!! Nice that it was shared with your daughter,
    cathyplus5.blogspot.com

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  12. What a cute layout. Thanks for sharing

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  13. Fabulous layout and how fun that you had some mom and daughter scrapping time!

    Tracy

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  14. fun to have family work on the LO with, TFS your memory great hoping with you

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  15. what a sweet layout and a wonderful memory

    Linda
    lindascreativity.blogspot.com

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  16. What a cute layout !!

    Mayra
    Mayrasdesigns.blogspot.com/

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  17. Wow your layout is so cute. I like the different embellishments used on the animals.

    TFS An'Jenic-

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  18. That layout is good. I love it. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. very cute LO

    I'm a new follower

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  20. How cool that you daughter scrapped her first visit to the zoo!!! LOVE the monkey hanging down from the picture :)

    Glad to be in this hop with you!!

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  21. Love the trip to the zoo LOs. The big sparkly ears on the elephant are sooooo cute!!!
    I am a brand-new follower of yours by Blogger.
    <3 J

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  22. I love your blog hops! Such a cute Kitty!

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  23. Lovely LO and I really like the sticker idea!!

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  24. Woo Hoo going on a safari... So zipping along and enjoying the fun. This is a great LO... The animals are so cute.

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  25. Love the layouts! She did a great job!

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  26. Sandy I really like the layout you did it fits the theme of the hop perfectly. Thank you for joining me in the hop. Look forward to having you in another one with me.

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  27. Cute layouts. I really love the giraffe.

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