Europe Vacation: White Cliffs of Dover and Crossing the English Channel
The first day of our tour meant crossing the English Channel to France. We boarded the Ferry at the White Cliffs of Dover. I designed this page to look like a body of water with the left side being the Cliffs of Dover and the right side being a picture of the coast of France, symbolizing the crossing from one side of the Channel to the other. I hand cut the waves at the bottom of the pages after drawing them with a template. While I prefer not to journal too much in my scrapbooks, I do like to make sure that dates are shown as well as names of people that I meet along the way – my memory does not always serve me well over time :). The reason that I did not journal too much in this album is because I wrote a detailed journal of my trip while on the trip and it can be read accompanying the scrapbook pages.
- National rallies to safeguard iconic white cliffs of Dover (ntpressoffice.wordpress.com)
- Crossing the Channel (FR – SCT ’10 Prt 1) (mrstaken.wordpress.com)
Posted on January 6, 2013, in Europe Vacation and tagged Dover, England, English Channel, France, MASCrapping, masculine scrapbooking, scrapbooks for men, White Cliffs of Dover. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.