Sunday, 19 June 2011

**Cybercrop Challenge 5** BETWEEN THE LINES

Good morning, happy Sunday to you all. Do we have cups of tea/coffee in hand and are we ready for another cybercrop challenge? We hope so!

This challenge, #5, is called BETWEEN THE LINES where we challenge you to go heavy on the journalling. Don't be afraid to tell the wonderful stories to accompany your pages, even if you think they are dull, rest assured they will be treasured tales in years to come!

Once more the design team have some examples to share with you starting with Karens layout which tells a slighly longer story whilst still featuring 4 photos!


Ann's layout tells the tale of her recent 15k walk for charity and uses Sassafrass Mix & Mend paper and stickers.



Mel's layout uses the Fancy Pants Wishful Thinking line and the name of the collection inspired the layout title. The journaling is all about how she wishes that her Sister in laws family lived closer so the cousins could spend more time together.



So your challenge is to create a layout heavy on journalling and then to share that page with us here for a chance to win some journalling products from ATDML.


7 comments:

  1. Wahhhhh can i stay at home and not go to the christening,lol,looove this one and the layouts are "GORGEOUS"..imagine the gorgeous being said out loud and rolling my r..i know i am mad,lol,honestly i can hardly wait to get started!!

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  2. Maybe after the Christening?!!! Great to see such enthusiasm and you have until next Thursday for this challenge so plenty of time!

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  3. I love all three of those layouts and can definitely feel them being filed away for scraplifting at a later date. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. I love journalling on LOs so this was perfect for me. Great examples, Thank you x

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  5. I love journalling too so loved this challenge - thank you (and lush examples too)

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  6. I enjoy journalling but usually only put a small piece on my layouts so it made a change for me to do such a huge chunk of journalling. It was fun so I must do it more often as sometimes the photos don't tell you the whole story.

    Thanks for a fab challenge.

    Karen x

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  7. Thank you for this challenge. It has been very therapeutic (but very tough) for me because I deeply dislike journalling. Reason is probably that having French as mother tongue, I feel the need of checking my English : my wording, orthograph and expressions so it takes me absolute ages. Sadly I still manage to invent words anyway, lol so all these potential mistakes make journalling quite tromattyzing (joking).
    Anyway, happy I made it!!! Anne xx

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