I'm taking part in LOAD again this month - I love the challenge of getting a bunch of pages done in a tight time frame and then taking a break - this has worked for me before, so we'll see how February goes!
Prompt 1 was to create a layout without words - to use the papers, embellishments, and whatever else you add to the page to convey an emotion or feeling. And while I have some amount of trepidation about sharing this layout, in the interest of my One Little Word - "Dare" - I'm daring to go ahead and do it, despite the misgivings of my inner critic (who I'm telling to hush and go away).
Day Two's prompt was to scrapbook "The Perfect Day". I temporarily passed on that prompt in favor of getting my Storytelling Sunday post into a scrapbook layout - here's the result:
Day 3 the prompt was to scrapbook something that is often overlooked, but should be appreciated. I took the opportunity to combine the prompts from Days 2 & 3 to come up with this layout about Ocean City, NJ:
I think this layout also works for the Telling Tales prompt to use a series of photos to show action or tell a story. Not much action going on here, but that is the story... being at the beach is all about kicking back and relaxing! We've just booked a property for a week in July and I'm already giddy with anticipation!