Happy day! I hope that yesterday's clip art didn't shock you too much and that you were able to make it back today. :) hehehehe. I spent an evening in the urgent care with my littlest (she's fine) and so didn't have quite the time that I thought I would to methodically build a page for you today. So I am making good on my threat/promise to use one of you as inspiration!
I started at the top of the comments from Monday and ended up on Ingunn's blog. She is an amazing scrapbooker who lives in the Northwest mountains and spends lots of time climbing. (If you don't yet follow her on Instagram, you might want to. She has a yummy yummy little who hikes. How cute is that?? Her photos will inspire you to go outside and find some nature. At least that is how I feel when I see them!) (After you look at her pics, you might want to click over here to see other little wilderness babies. And then you might go here to read about how a wilderness babies saved his dad's life when the boy was 12.)
And now, crawling out of the rabbit hole...
When I was reading on Ingunn's blog, I found this post talking about an album she made. This is one of the page-spreads she showcased.
Isn't it lovely? I can't take my eyes off that photo. The reflection is so calming. And while I don't have that same lovely photo, I did so want to make a page like that. So I did.
With its oodles of journaling space and its lovely symmetry and balance, there is no way this one could go wrong.
I hope you have fun scrolling through Ingunn's blog, and that you, too, will find some inspiration there. Thank you for stopping today! See you tomorrow for more scrapping fun!