NSD Challenge #9: Animal, Chevron and 2+ Hearts

The ninth challenge for National Scrapbook Day was to make a project incorporating an animal, chevron and at least two hearts. Obviously, I chose to scrap some cute photos of Trouble. I decided to focus on his ears. It is absolutely amazing to me how much he is able to communicate with those ears of his. I can tell at a glance if he is relaxed, curious, annoyed, or confused. I chose five outdoor photos with his ears in different positions, a grey chevron that matches his fur, and one large paper heart and three small enamel hearts.

Two scrappers played along with this challenge, both with pages about a cat. Click on the links below each to visit their galleries and read more about their projects!

One final NSD challenge to share!


  1. So funny ... I can tell a lot by Dandy's ears too!! LOL!!! I loveeeeeee everyone's take on this challenge!!!!!!!!!

  2. How funny that we all did animals. I love how the layout for Trouble brings all of the elements together. Ellanvannin's layout is very sweet and is a nice tribute to Pitusha.

  3. Cindy: that bunny is absolutely adorable! and the chevrons frame is perfect for this design.
    Jennifer: I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the use of the eyes for the word 'too'. The whole lo is fabulous.
    Thanks for you comment.

  4. I love it! Trouble is the cutest bunny! :)

  5. Those gray neutrals are so fun, what a great example of doing a pet page without needing any pet-themed product. Great scrap stuff for rabbits (or any non-cat/non-dog pet) is so hard to find that you learn to work without it, and this is beautiful.


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