The final challenge was a doozy. Since the name of the site is Scrapbook Challenges, it stands to reason that the Design Team has to issue challenges from time to time. For this last round, we had to devise a challenge that could be given to the readers and do a sample page for it. I was completely stumped. So, I followed the ever-wise advice of my husband and chose to free-scrap a page, then write a challenge from that creation. And it worked!
So...here's my challenge: Scrap that thing you've been avoiding! Maybe you have photos that didn't turn out well...protraits that aren't as flattering as you hoped...a life event that was important to you. This year is drawing to a close and a new beginning is just around the bend, so let's clear out all the procrastination! Definitely include journaling and seal the deal with stamping and/or a fastener of some variety.
And...my page: the first tribute I've finally done of my wonderful mother-in-law who went to Heaven in March. It was a tremendous blessing to scrap this story of how she truly got "All Her Wishes."
All Her Wishes digital scrapbooking layout by Chanell Rigterink Credits Digital Papers, Frame: One Love Collab by Scrap Orchard; Flourish Stamp: Chipper by Songbird Avenue; Clock: Refresh Collab by Scrap Girls; Fasteners: Mod Bungalow by Brandy Hackman; Overlay: Artistic Borders by The Scrappin' Cop; Brushes: Lined Paper by Hectic HD, Jewelled Wings by MidnightsTouch; Fonts: Carbon Type, Porcelain
Thanks to you who have left me comments over the last few weeks; special thanks also to my friend Christy VanderWall for proofing my work and encouraging me during this whole endeavor.