When Amanda was looking for participants, I said, "Sure, I'll take any number." Turns out, I don't have a lot of pictures that lent themselves to a three-photo layout.
Also turns out not all layouts go as you envisioned. Neither are all layouts ones you love. This one didn't turn out as I originally envisioned, and I'm not entirely in love with it; very rarely do I scrap a picture that doesn't have a person in it, and I wonder if that's a reason I struggled in creating the layout. But the important thing is that I've scrapped the memory.
This layout is of the waterfalls we saw near Musining, MI. My intent when we started that morning was to see as many of the falls and other sites on the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore as possible. Well, that morning Annaliese fell on the trail and we had to take her back to the hotel and clean her up, which basically ate up the whole morning. That, coupled with a 3 hour boat ride in the sun, meant we were too tired at the end of the day to drive/hike to see more than these.
I mounted one of the pictures on top of the brochure which describes how to get to the waterfalls in the area. The page is designed in such a way that the brochure can be opened and descriptions read.
To thank your for hopping on by, I'm putting together a bit of a prize-pack perfect for this time of year. I've got a LYB chipboard haunted house album, and some Halloween papers (which will be bought this weekend at Archivers). To enter in the drawing, simply leave a comment. I'll draw a winner on Monday.
Thanks for stopping by. Your next stop on the hop is with my great scrappy friend Devra, over at, "My Creative View".