|Here are the notes with this donated layout: My other panoramic layout. These first two pages are the "title pages" on top, before folding out to the 4-pg spread inside. It's a section on the more famous tourist areas of Guatemala. (The title pages are layout iD 595)
I used three of your rubber stamps on this: the quetzal (embossed w/green fleck powder), your volcano stamp, & your Mayan pyramid. Also used a sun stamp bought at a local store. Also used your green parrot, palm tree, and mountain die cuts (am thinking the blue parrot & toucans were Jolee's, bought local). The graphics on title block & the larger pyramid were PrintMaster. The treasure map was a reduced version of a scrapbook paper no longer sold.
2 left-hand pages of the panoramic "Guatemala's Treasures" layout. Lake Atitlan & Antigua on these pages. Photos from Net (w/exception of one of our own). Cross rubber stamp embossed w/shiny black powder. "Antigua" lettering was done w/Scrapbook Factory Deluxe software. Silver metal embellishments are no longer sold--called "Architecture," I believe. Arch was hand-copied & shaded off a PrintMaster graphic.
Right two pages of panoramic of "Guatemala's Treasures." (Rio Dulce, Livingston, Monterrico, & Tikal)
Photos from the Net, except for Tikal, which were mostly our photos. Used your toucan rubber stamp, embossed w/glossy black. Also used your Mayan pyramid stamp again, in a round-about way. Stamped it on a piece of paper, which I enlarged to humongous proportions(!), & traced & shaded it to become the background of the right-hand page about Tikal. "Tikal" lettering was also taken from the Scrapbook Factory Deluxe software. Rachel's name in hieroglyphs was taken from that website that tells you how to do this (URL?)