Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Summer Camp at Scrappin Peeps

It is summer camp week over at Scrappin Peeps! Nine other "peeps" and myself are hosting a series of scrapbook challenges that run from this past Monday through July 29th. You can play along with any or all of the challenges. I thought I would share my challenge over here, and the page I created to go with it.



Friendship Camp Challenge
“The Stories of our Friendship”
"A good friend will come bail you out of jail, but a true friend will be sitting next to you saying...'Damn, that was fun!'"

The friendship camp challenge is a challenge about telling YOUR favorite stories. Your pictures do not have to correlate to the story. Your journaling can be hidden if needed.

I would like you to devote this layout to a great close friend or two. I would like to see at least two pictures of you and this friend.  This page is all about YOU! This is one for your personal album.

In your journaling, I would like to see these items addressed:
How long you have known this friend
Where you met this friend
A favorite memory/story with this friend
Some type of highlight or highlights of your friendship

And somewhere on your page one quote about friendship

This challenge is not about the stuff, this challenge is all about the stories and memories. Write from your heart. Pictures can be old or new; from the same day or a collage of events. Friends can be childhood friends, adult friends, or friend’s you’ve known forever. 

Here is my corresponding page-
I did this page about my friend Katie, who grew up across the street from me. I've scanned some old pictures to put on this page. 

Paper is from My Minds Eye- one of the Jen Allison's lines. I want to get to Archivers and get another set. I splattered a little Color Shine with a paint brush.

My individual stories are on the little tags in the pocket. Too many stories to journal on one page. I'm a big fan of pockets.

This quote on the right really stood out to me. We've got some crazy adventures throughout the years. Snow forts, Halloween, Door County Pontooning, and more.

I toned down the lime green flower with a little bit of Tim Holtz Antique Linen Ink
 

1 comment:

  1. Really cute LO,Megan. Love those glittery alphas.

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