I can hardly believe that this is my 500th post since I started this blog over two years ago! I'm sharing Shimelle's sixth challenge, but keep reading and scrolling down because there's also details about my 500th Post Giveaway.
The challenge for this layout is to scraplift a layout with a twist. Special crop guest Relly Annett-Baker shared how she took one of Shimelle's girly layouts and changed it to create a boy-themed layout. I decided to use the same layout design that both of them used, except that mine does not have a kid theme at all. I also left out the embellishment clusters in my layout because once I had the photos & journaling, I really felt that the layout was complete.
1. 2 Heads @ Nasher Sculpture Ctr
2. 1 Head @ Dallas Museum of Art
3. 2 Heads by Naum Gabo
4. 1 Head by Pablo Picasso
5. 3 Heads "thinking"
6. 1 made of plaster
7. 1 made of stainless steel
8. 1 made of celluloid plastic
9. 3 photos taken
10. 1 question - What are they thinking?
Now on to my 500th Post Giveaway. Leave a comment below telling me how long you have been reading my blog and what you most enjoy about it to be in the draw for a miscellaneous selection of scrapbooking supplies! As I've been in such a scrapping frenzy these past few days, I've been organizing my supplies along the way and am feeling truly blessed to have such an ABUNDANCE . . . and I want to share with you! So be sure to leave a comment by noon (CST) on Wednesday, April 18, when I'll draw a random winner (or two).