Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure #19: Ports-of-call: Vancouver, pt. 2

Hello everyone!

This week I got so busy scrapping Vancouver that I couldn’t quite stop.  This post is going to be short this week and I will let my layouts do the talking.

These layouts show my best of Vancouver – I had so much fun photographing the skyline both from the waterfront and the air.  I’m off next week so check into the blog in 2 weeks for my layouts and scrapping tips featuring Victoria’s famous Butchart Gardens!

Until then – keep scrappin’

Sharon Signature

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver Skyline

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver

Disney Cruise Alaska Adventure Scrapbook Page - Ports-of-call: Vancouver

 


Check out more of Sharon’s adventures in Alaska on our Trip Reports Page

Scrapbook Page Credits:

  • Traveler digital kit – Creative Memories
  • travel embellishments on flight to Victoria layout – Travel kit by Natali
  • graph paper – Aldertree by Sara Gleason
  • paper rosettes – Travel kit by Natali
  • New world journal card – Stolen Moments design
  • other embellishments – Jennifer Fehr of Simple Pleasure designs (copper brad, “amazing” word art plaque, unforgettable mist word art)
  • templates:  Scrappin’ with Liz// Fiddle-Dee-Dee designs//Rosey Posey
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By |2017-10-12T12:44:02+00:00August 20th, 2013|

About the Author:

I live in North Carolina with my husband of 25 years. We have 2 beautiful grown children - aged 22 & 19. After staying at home raising my children I now work extensively with animal rescue mainly as a photographer and kitten foster. I do portrait work for private clients as well. Digital Scrapbooking, photography, travel, gardening and taking care of our many pets takes up most of my time. I can be found here at Capturing Magical Memories and I am also on the creative team at www.ScrapStacks.com

2 Comments

  1. Mary Connor August 21, 2013 at 1:11 pm - Reply

    Ok, looking through these pages I do not see the obligatory photo of a manhole cover. I love how they made them artistic.

  2. Sharon August 21, 2013 at 4:44 pm - Reply

    oh I never saw them – but then again most of the time we were ducking under umbrellas and navigating through the rain. The one clear day we were in Victoria all day. Guess I’ll have to go back to find the manhole covers! lol!!!!

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