Back To Nature

My morning sickness is (marginally) better so I’ve decided to have a go at this months Pixel Scrapper blog train.

The theme is Back To Nature and I’ve taken inspiration from a trip I did almost two years ago. From our home in Perth, Western Australia we drove three days all the way up to tropical Broome. If you’ve never been to or seen much of WA, it’s a state of colour and contrast. In the south-west there are rolling green fields (with many incredibly wineries dotted about), majestic forests and a tranquillity that can’t be described, only experienced. The enormous WA coast has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world with waters ranging from deep blue to the palest turquoise. Inland and northern WA has spectacular red/orange dirt, amazing wildflowers and a heck of a lot of cows (yeah, cows. Roos too, but mainly cows.)

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Sunset in Broome – where coast and red dirt country meet.
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Sunset in Broome
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Stunning turquoise water on the northern coast.
There were fields of Sturt Desert Peas on the inland road.
There were fields of Sturt Desert Peas along the inland road.

So while “Back to Nature” may mean camping in forests and a lot of brown and green shades, for me the phrase reminds me of this trip where I saw colours and sights I’d never seen before. I’ve decided to use the blues, yellow and orange from the palette to create this months blog train paper pack.

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Enjoy your gorgeous nature-inspired packs over at Pixel Scrapper and don’t forget you can see all my non-blog train digital papers in my Etsy store.

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22 thoughts on “Back To Nature

  1. Thank you so much for making and sharing this beautiful kit! And what lovely photos you showed too thank you! I have some photos from ocean and sunsets with this colors that I think will be great to use your papers to scrap something with 🙂

  2. Loved your selection a colors from the palette – particularly for the floral papers. They are so vibrant and cheerful. Thanks so much.

  3. The photos, the colors you chose, & your kits – all gorgeous! Thank you so much. And I’m glad you’re feeling a bit better. I hope the morning sickness goes away completely *soon*!

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