These were the directions we received:
• Specific focus: use an interview as the journaling for your layout (can be serious, humorous, long, short...your decision)
• Use the complete journaling for the layout, or an added element to traditional journaling
So what I did is this, I drafted a little "interview" for my kids and used their answers for my layout. As my daughter finished her interview first I used hers first:
I really love this patterned paper from Amy Tangerine's "Cut and Paste" collection with all the text balloons. As soon as I saw it I knew it was what I was looking for. It’s perfect to include all the answers I asked my 18 year old daughter. The photos was taken during our vacation in Louisiana. We had just spent the day sight seeing and were exhausted, so to relax she's watching Netflix on her bed.
A few detail photos:
Supply List: patterned paper, accent & phrase stickers, die cut cardstock shapes, chipboard accents, stitched vellum pockets: American Crafts Amy Tangerine; cardstock: Bazzill Basics; letter stickers: Pretty Little Studio, My Little Shoebox; puffy stickers: me & my BIG ideas, Evalicious; wood veneer: Freckled Fawn, Scraptastic Club; stamping ink: Ranger; pen: K&Company; stamps: American Crafts, Trodat.
If you want to check out this issue of Scrapbook Generation CREATE Magazine, here's the link. You'll find my project on pages 102/103.
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