On Walt Disney World's Kilimanjaro Safari ride, you travel in open-air vehicles through the 100 acre savannah of Animal Kingdom's African area, getting glimpses here and there of giraffe, elephants, lions, rhinos, zebra, and more. Then there is this one big baobab tree. It looks so real as it stands sentinel. Kevin gave it a nick-name that aptly describes the huge hulking tree which in real life can live over a thousand years...the upside down tree!
He's not the only one to think this. Legend has it that the baobab tree looks like it does "because the devil yanked it out of the ground and shoved it back into the earth upside down, leaving its roots sticking up into the air." That explains it! :)
Just a lot of layers here. I pulled out paper after paper that looked pretty with my photo and piled them on! Did the same with the smattering of mismatched flowers. Great way to use those "singletons"!
Supplies: Patterned papers-BasicGrey, Collage Press, October Afternoon, and 7 Gypsies. Flowers-Prima. Deco brad-Karen Foster. Felt letters-Making Memories. Chipboard letters-American Crafts. Other-buttons, brads, burlap, ink and punches.