March 24, 2012
March GREEN Challenge by Haley
Design Team Member Haley submitted this layout for the March Green Challenge. She said:
The Scrap Our Stash green challenge for March made me think about my family's trip to 4-H camp. Did you know that the 4-H symbol is a green cloverleaf? Here are the first and last layouts of a five-layout (10-page) set of layouts of our trip to 4-H camp in 2010. That's right, our entire family went to 4-H camp! My husband and I were chaperones while our daughters enjoyed camp. It was so much fun for all of us! Because I had so many photos, I chose to put most of them in photo pocket pages to make it easier to preserve the photos and record our memories. I also used a (retired) scrapbook kit with four premade layouts and adhesive artwork. I had to add my personal touches with stamping too. All of my materials/supplies are from Close To My Heart. If you'd like to see the rest of our camp fun, visit my blog at http://inkyscrapper.blogspot.com/.
Thanks for looking and letting me share my family's fun and memories.
Now it's your turn to take the March GREEN Challenge. The March Challenge is anything to do with GREEN. It could be a project using the color Green, or about being "green" - or you could use the word Green in your title. The possibilities are endless. Anything goes! So think GREEN and take the challenge. To participate in the March GREEN Challenge - just email a picture of your project along with a description to Scrappinpsycho@live.com
All submissions will be posted to The Scrap Our Stash blog and on March 31st a winner will be chosen, and given the opportunity to be a Guest Design Team Member for the month of May. This challenge ends at midnight central time on March 31st.
Posted by Get the Picture by Kathy at 10:01 PM
Labels: Layout, March GREEN Challenge
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Great job on the green challenge!! I admire you for doing a whole album and also for scrapping lots of photos - love it!!!!ReplyDelete
Great pages! I love how you used so many wonderful photos!ReplyDelete
Great lo's! I really love the photo of the Camp Burton sign, I thought it was a design element at first. Love the banners/flags to the left of it too.ReplyDelete
4-H is perfect for the green challenge. Terrific Layout!!ReplyDelete
WOW!! What a wonderful memory to save. You really rocked the layouts!!ReplyDelete
Wow, that sounds like, (and looks like), it was fun! Great job on the layouts. I'll have to check out your blog for more!ReplyDelete
Terrific pages - they record what must have been a very happy experience for you all. A huge project beautifully done.ReplyDelete
Great pages, how cute that the 4-H symbol is a clover, perfect for this LO!ReplyDelete
Glad the challenge was helpful in encouraging you to work on your 4-H camp pictures. This will be a great way to keep those special memories.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a great project - well done on using so many lovely photos - you all look like you had a fantastic time! I think the photo pockets are a great idea, I'll be googling for some of those on the internet tonight! K xReplyDelete
What a great project. I haven't seen anything 4H related in a long while! I love the photo pocket concept. It's always a great way to add surprise elements.ReplyDelete
I think it's great that your whole family participated in 4-h. These pages are a wonderful way to remember that time by.ReplyDelete
Great idea for this challenge Haley and what a great camp experience!ReplyDelete