During our visit I took many photos of the inside of the caves and the surrounding property. I decided to pick out a few of them and whip up 3 scrapbooking pages so that we could remember this awesome place! You can find the other 2 pages that I made here on my craft blog in the scrapbooking section.
What is really cool about this nature inspired scrapbook layout page is that I didn't purchase any embellishments! Everything that you see on that page was made with my Cricut and cardstock from my scrapbox. What a great way to use up some of my paper scraps!
I used that same cartridge to make the wooden hiking trail sign and simply used my silver gel pen to right the word Boats and an arrow on it. There were signs all over the place guiding you to the cave opening where you boarded the tour boat. I used a different Cricut cartridge to cut out four branches onto dark green textured cardstock. I placed 2 of them down in my cattail border and 2 of them are above the word CAVE. I then used my Cricut to cut out the 2-toned bird from cardstock.
To finish things up I used some leftover cut-out letters from a camping alpha pack that I had and matted those tiled letters onto chocolate brown cardstock squares. I used them to spell out the title of my page which is Penn's Cave. Oh yeah, I added 2 small pine cone photo corners onto the images too. I almost forgot about those!
Quick, easy and frugal nature-inspired outdoor scrapbooking page layout idea! You can click on each image in this post to enlarge the photo so you can properly see the details. You can find more quick and easy scrapbooking page layout ideas right here on my blog!