Happy Labor day! To those of you outside the US – happy Monday! It’s time for a new inspiration challenge and this week I went back to my travel magazine so I could scrap my travels. I actually picked this week’s ad backwards, I mean I knew the photos I wanted to use and looked through my inspiration pieces to see what would work. Generally I just flip through and grab whatever strikes my fancy (now you know).
As I went through my photos from our quick trip to Chicago I liked my photo from the ledge of the Skydeck in the Sears Tower. I noticed that the people before us were trying to get both their feet and their heads into the photo, and of course the view below. I figured we had enough of our heads and had my family all stick one foot in for a photo – I think the result is fun, no?
Supplies from Designer Digitals
Rory Solids by Maplebrook Studios, City Maps No 2, Edge Overlays No 4, Collageable Journal Spots No 1, Curled Journal Spots No 6 and HInged Photos Frames No 5 by Katie Pertiet
I used a logo from the Skydeck Chicago website for my page title. It’s a similar concept to including memorabilia which I’m starting to think is an important part of the story when it comes to scrapbooking. Over time the logos/tickets/signage that are used will change and including them preserves a unique part of that particular time. Perhaps I’ve been too influenced by the whole project life phenomenon – I love the idea of it but think the whole project is overwhelming. This is a little nod to it. What do you think?