Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Called "mako sica" or "land bad" by the local Lakota Sioux and "les mauvaises terres traverser" or "bad lands to travel across" by the early French trappers, both descriptions evoke visions of a harsh and inhospitable landscape, where dangers lurk down every canyon. The Badlands environment remains a rugged, untamed, and remote country, stretching across southwestern South Dakota and parts of northern Nebraska. Regardless of its name, the Badlands are beautiful and unique.


The Majestic Badlands collection is perfect for many different types of layouts, from camping, vacation and travel, and heritage to family and children. The palette is based on the colors of the Badlands. 

Documenting Your Life Question-Prompt [Q129]

  • What trips from your childhood hold special memories for you?
  • Which National Parks are your favorite and why?
  • Tell about a recent family vacation exclusively from one person's point of view. 

To help you get started, I have a frame cluster for you. Just click on the preview and go to my store and add it to your shopping cart and check out.

Here are the previews of the collection and layouts from my Creative Team to offer you inspiration. As always, my heritage collections can be used to scrap everyday life in addition to the theme presented in the collection. 

The collection is on sale through Oct 3 - don't miss out!

Happy scrapping!


AlyciaIN said...

The preview for the free QP above has a link that opens a preview of the QP, not going to the product in the shop as stated.

AlyciaIN said...

Sorry, I meant Frame Cluster, not QP.

Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

There is no store link for that pretty free frame image...I hope it can be put there soon. Thanks!

Shenom said...

I believe this is the link for the free cluster frame.


Meezer's Mews & Terrieristical Woofs said...

Yes!! Thanks so much!