While you might think letterboxing has to do with everyday mail delivery, it does not. It is actually an intriguing pastime combining map-reading skills and rubber stamp artistry in a treasure-hunt style outdoor quest. My husband and stepdaughter have been letterboxing for years. They not only search out others' boxes, but have hidden their own and posted clues on how to find them on the internet. By clicking on "letterboxing" at the beginning of this paragraph, you can read all the details and perhaps start a quest with your own children, although adults enjoy the pastime, too!
I created this layout based on this week's two-page sketch from the Let's Scrap website. I guess I have kind of gotten away from two-page layouts recently, but thought I would give this one a "go." Here's the sketch:
Once my layout was completed and I began to get it ready for posting, I discovered something very interesting: I like each of the layouts (left and right sides) individually, but, together, not so much! So, I will post them here for you to see as "singles."
And, here, of course, is some of the detailed photos--my favorite part:
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