This challenge was to scraplift a book cover as inspiration. At the end of every yearly scrapbook I add a summary page listing some of the major highlights of the year. I like to call it a time capsule instead of a summary. I think this is the second year I've had a circular theme for it.
|Wonder Papers by Allison Pennington; Fortitude Basics by Laurie Ann|
These were just some silly pictures. The challenge was to use a free style scatter/cluster on your page. I thought this template was perfect for a free style page.
|The Good Stuff by Valorie Wibbens and Karla Dudley; Retro Mod by Sahlin Studio|
Sparkly Confetti by Sara Gleason; Shake It Itty Bitty by Fiddle Dee Dee
This challenge was to use word-art in your title. I have a lot of pictures like these from visits to the park. I used the Story Swoop technique for the journaling, using the park pictures to tell a story about his overalls.
|Simple Things by Pink Reptile Designs; New Beginnings by Kaye Winiecki; Capturing Fall Lilypad Collab|
Document This by Laurie Ann; On The House April Template by Jenn Lindsey
These are just pictures of two cousins having fun. This challenge was to use filters in Photoshop to create a watercolor effect on a photo (I used it on the large photo). This is a newest favorite layout. I didn't do much journaling here. I used the tabs to fill in just a few details ("beaver tracks," "telling secrets," and "hiding from the police"). I love the effect.
I'll have more in a few days. Thanks for stopping by!