I'm not sure if this is a challenge that you all have already done on this board or not. I know for sure I have not done a page about myself EVER, and that is my motivation for choosing this topic! I think most of us spend the majority of (or all of!) our time scrapping our families, pets, holidays, etc. So let's see some pages all about ourselves! I'm going to leave it pretty broad - you can interpret it however you wish! Just keep the focus on you.
The deadline for this challenge is October 26th. Have fun and remember to turn off your siggies!
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I did a whole book about me a couple of years ago. And it was HARD! I think this is a great challenge!
I just did a page like that! It'll be fun to do another one.
Cool!!! I totally just thought that I need to do this. Will attempt this one for sure.
I did a page about my current taste in music:
I don't have the journalling (songs) right now, but I'll try to remember to do it tonight.
That's really cool! I like it a lot. For some reason I don't like using primary colors in my layouts...for me they always end up looking so preschool-y. But this does not look like that at all! Maybe that will have to be my next challenge for myself! I like your topic, too. Fun!!!
Neat, neat, neat Trina!!! How cool to do one AGAIN that is in a second hand way about you...Ha!! Does that make any sense??? You know what I mean. LOVE it!!
I've been wanting to do this layout since I got home from the concert, the timing is perfect for this challenge. (the watermark that says "photography by Gwen" isn't really on the layout)
I have seen U2 every single tour since 1987’s Joshua Tree. I bought my tickets for the 360 tour back in April, and couldn’t wait to go! I ended up having to schedule my thyroid surgery nine days before the concert … and Maria, who was supposed to go with me, had to back out since her mother-in-law was scheduled for open heart surgery the same day. With a heavy heart, I listed my tickets for sale on craigslist, as I had been unable to find anyone to go with me. No buyers replied, and I made plans to see U2 with Dad. We had a great time, and our standing spots were literally feet from the stage. It was wonderful being there, and just dancing to my favorite band as they performed live. And my string of U2 concerts remains unbroken … how I love U2!
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