This is my last assignment for Wholly Scrap! I can't believe my six months are up already! Denise gave me some papers this time that were a true challenge for me, but I am so happy with how the layouts turned out!
The first paper was a big clock...what to do, what to do? After a few decisions and a few changes of my mind, I decided to actually do a layout about myself. I very rarely do that, but was excited to have good photos of my "day job" as a band conductor, and I wanted to use them. This is from when I was the guest contuctor at the Southern Maine Music Festival a few weeks ago. It was an INCREDIBLE experience and I was so honored to be a part of it. The bottom photo flips over to reveal some hidden journaling about what a meaningful experience it was to have my colleagues entrust me with their best students. Truly amazing!
This one was a paper put out by Creative Imaginations. The subject to scrap was an easy one to figure out, but the acutal use of the paper was tricky. I really liked the end result, though! I really wasn't comfortable displaying my son's vital information (full name, date and place of birth, etc.), so I decided to cover up that part of the paper and make a title block out of it. I used my cricut for the main title and loved how the Stamped Cartridge perfectly complimented the style and theme of the paper. I also really liked the area to put my journaling. It was kind of fun to write it as a "witness statement" rather than just journaling. My son, however, was horrified that I was not only going to scrap these photos, but hang them in a store and post them online! Oh, the torturous life of a scrapper's kid!
And, I want to thank the ladies at Wholly Scrap!, especially Kim and Denise, for having me on the team this term! It's been a blast and I hope to do it again sometime!
Thanks, again, for stopping by!
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