Monday, December 3, 2012

Challenge #21 - Multi Photo Layouts!

Hello Everyone! Kyla here from The Paper Girls Challenge Blog!
To start with I just wanted to say how simply fantastic the last challenge was!! To say that we were all so excited and beyond amazed at the level of participation would be an understatement! 127 entries of beautiful Christmas and Winter themed projects! Wow! A big Thank You to all of you that submitted an entry, it’s truly inspiring to see so many fellow crafters out there joining us! Keep up the outstanding work!!

With that, here we go with our next challenge.

I know I can’t speak for everyone, but I do find that most of my layouts in my scrapbooks only have 1 photo, sometimes two. I want to focus on that one memory or one image and create a page that embellishes it. Every now and again though I need to add more photos! Especially when it comes to big events or holidays that I want to scrap. There’s so many great photos that need to find a space in our books at home, but if I were to leave only one photo per page….My goodness, these albums would be a hundred pages long!

So, for this Monday, I am challenging everyone to create a layout with a multitude of photos! Use those birthday pics that you want to collage or several shots from a recent sports event, group them all together to make a really great multi-photo layout! For this challenge, let’s say for a single page layout 3-4 photos (or more) and on a double page layout 4-8 (or more!)  

In my case, photos from a trip that I took back in the Spring. My brother and I travelled for over 24 hours, had layovers in 4 different airports in 4 different cities on 2 different continents! I definitely wanted to chronicle our journey, and although there are some really great photos from our travels, they may not be the “Oh wow!” photos that usually earn “Single Photo Layout” status.

So without further adieu, here’s all our Team’s Multi Photo Layouts!

Mine – “24 Hours 4 Cities” Our travels and photos of airports and views from our planes!

“Scrappy Goodies”
Sheryl made this fantastic layout using photos of all the treats that arrived from the ScrapbookSteals retreat!

 “This Old Truck”
Charity made a beautiful rustic two page layout about childhood memories down on the farm on a windy day.

“St Patrick’s Day or Easter?”
Heather made a darling St Patty’s/Easter layout with photos of her gorgeous girl!

“Meeting the Girls”
This colourful layout Kristina made with photos from the ScrapbookSteals retreat where some of the Paper Girls Team was able to get together (finally meeting face to face for the first time!)

Charissa created this super fun layout using photos of her and her daughter playing Skiball!

"Mom, it's a Robot"
Erica made a fun layout about her son's obsession with robots.

So round up all those photos you've been meaning to scrap and challenge yourself to make a layout using them all together! We can't wait to see what everyone creates!

And now....time for the winners from Challenge #20
Because we had such an overwhelming response we are randomly selecting TWO winners!


#90 Cheryl

Congratulations to you both!!

Please send us an email with your info and we'll get those prizes mailed out to you!

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Jessica said...

Congrats on such an awesome turnout! Now to print pictures, all I have left printed are a bunch of stragglers from random events.

Lorianna said...

Thank You so much!!
So excited on my win!!
I just want to Thank you girls, for making these challeges possible!!
All your hard work is greatly appreciated!!
emailing you now!!

Deborah Johnson said...

I love these challenges and because I had some time on my hands I was able to create and submit far before the deadline!! Go - ME!