"OK, I'm running the risk of scaring all of our followers away this week. It's a toughie, according to majority of the Design Team! For me, who could write until the cows come home, it was not so hard!
Are you ready? Your journalling must take up at least 50% of your scrapbook page."
Our Guest Designer, Justina, created this stunning LO:
Hello! I found this week's challenge tough, since I'm not used to writing so much on my LOs! I sorta cheated, since all my journalling is hidden, but if you look at all of the writing at one shot, it does fill up more than 50% of the LO... :) I used a sketch over at Crate Paper, and used each square in the sketch as a "door" behind which I added some writing. Each door is decorated with an aspect of my son at 21 months (for example, his love for boats, hats, airplanes and books, as well as his ability to identify certain alphabets etc), along with some corresponding journalling behind the door. There is also a letter to him hidden behind the photograph! I really enjoyed this week's challenge, and now I have a neat little record of my boy's development at 21 months. :) Thanks for the amazing challenge!
My layout focuses on the relationship between the two men in my life. I wanted to put down my thoughts on them and what they mean to each other, and how I love the relationship they have. Believe it or not I had trouble limiting what I wanted to say!
Well this was a challenge! A lot of journaling doesn't really suit my scrapping style as I like quite a lot of white spaceon my layouts. I had this photo that had a funny story attached to it that I thought would take a of explaining so would be good for this challenge. I wrote the story out in a block and put it on my page with the photo and I didn't know what to do with it as it took up so much space!! So I had to cut the story into smaller blocks so it gave me more to work with!
Material used: papers from crate paper, cosmo cricket. buttons (no brand),
laces (no brand) and blings from maya road, felt: arte.1 (Brazililan brand).
I simply LOVED this challenge...i love writting and never did such a huge journaling - ever! This was a page made really from my heart and will be a great memory for my family. Thanks Amanda for this inspiration!
Here a close up:Nic:
As I am a bit of a 'war and peace' journaler and usually end up trying to condense what I want to write into far, far fewer words - I loved this challenge!
Rebekah:Given that today is my son's 4th Birthday this was an easy choice for me and I wrote my little boy a letter on his 4th Birthday. I actually love journalling and for me it's a great way of capturing the moments that go with a photo. I just don't like my hand writing is all :)