This month’s story scrapbook challenge is to tell me a story about an animal. Do you have a pet, the unconditional love shown is something to be believed don’t you agree? Do you dog sit for the neighbours? Are you more a cat person? Do you have mice or birds or rabbits or guinea pigs or fish or something slightly scary like a snake or a rat or a big hairy spider!
Are you on a farm? Do you milk the cows, shear the sheep, do you have farm dogs that assist? Do you ride a horse? Do you show your dog? Collect the eggs from your chickens? Lots of work goes into these endeavours.
On the other hand if you don’t have a pet, is there a reason, that could be a good story to explore? Have you had a broken heart from losing a beloved pet. Have you nursed a beloved animal through trauma?
Do you remember the excitement bringing a new puppy or kitty home? How did you choose his/her name? Do you have a story about training?
I would love to hear your animal stories, so please join in with the story scrapbook challenge.
When I thought about this challenge I thought yep I’ll do a page about either my dog or cat, but errr… something else presented itself recently, a story that needed to be documented because it was so ridiculous. This is the story of me looking after chickens for the first time.
Supplies I have used: Deer Lodge Solids Paper Pack, Masking Words No. 01, Clipped Stacks No. 13, Torn Templates No. 02, Calne Solids Paper Pack, Farm Fresh Collection, Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Hinge Pack, Brilliant Love: Roughed Up Pocket Cards, Date Tags No. 2A.
The team at DD have generously provided a freebie to help you on your way, the link is good for the entire month of November. I hope the goodies inspire you. I am really looking forward to reading your stories.
Post your pages in the Scrapbook Challenge Gallery and don’t forget when you use ALL DD product on your challenge page you should post a link of your page in the November Challenge Participation thread so that it will count toward your savings in the rewards program. Everyone’s a winner!