Layout Challenge – Seeing Double

Challenges can sometimes get us to create layouts and work on memories that we might not have done otherwise. It is my favorite part about doing challenges; the ability to think outside the box and get some scrapbooking done at the same time.

This week’s challenge is a ‘Seeing Double’ theme. It isn’t so much about a certain product or a certain type of layout or theme. It’s more about interpreting the theme ‘seeing double’ or something in two’s.

Remember this could be photographs you have of two objects or two people. It could be embellishments you decide to use. It could be a layout done in two colors. Twins, eyes, ears. Anything that comes in doubles also counts.

And if you come up with something totally different than what I mentioned, that is perfect. It allows you to think outside the box and scrapbook in a way you might not have thought to.

A few more examples to help you think about the topic or interpret it in a way that works for you.

The day we visited two pools, cities, houses, friends…
The day my daughter got glasses.
And then there were two (new pet?)
and dozens others…

Why do I do these challenges:

I am doing the weekly layout challenge for several reasons. One, I want you to get your photographs out of storage devices and onto your layouts, and two I want to help you brainstorm ideas, as well as use up your stash of supplies. If there is something you would like to see or something that you need to work on that I might be able to incorporate into a challenge, let me know.

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Nicole Humphrey writes articles for the Scrapbooking Blog. She also guest blogs on a variety of topics. You can read more of her articles by clicking here.

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