He’s the Man Scrapbook Challenge

Father’s Day is this Sunday so for this months challenge we are celebrating the men in our lives! Dad’s, brother’s, son’s or any ‘father figure” in your life you’d like to celebrate this month

Shannon (shannonroller) decided to document her husbands newest accomplishment, losing 100 pounds!  He celebrated by having a new portrait taken for his business website. I really like how this page is all about him, with the big centered photo and minimal elements.  Losing 100 pounds is not an easy accomplishment by any means, Shannon’s page perfectly celebrates his hard work!

Products used: Blendables Layered Template No. 81, Antiquarian Artistry Solids Paper Pack No. 01

Liz’s (lizzet5) page is dedicated to her husband as well. Her journaling is so heartfelt and sweet, this is the perfect page to honor not just a father but a husband as well! The design of this page is truly inspiring and the colors and elements match the photo perfectly.

Products used: Kitlet Solids Paper Pack No. 07, Garden Trails Solids Paper Pack, 
Monthly Memories Paper Pack No. 05, Watercolor Chromatics Paper Pack No. 05, Thin Classic Photo Frames No. 04, Spill Frame Layers No. 24, Artsy Spots Brushes, Stamps and Layers No. 01, Splatters Brushes and Stamps No. 03, Traveler Clusters No. 04 Brushes and Stamps, Neutral Word Bits No. 03, Antiquarian Artistry No. 01 Element Pack, Kitlet Solids Paper Pack No. 07, Botanical Colors Cerulean Meadow Element Pack, Little Dude Element Pack, Kotka Element Pack, All Around 4×6 Scripted Borders Brushes and Stamps No. 04, Little Enamel Charms: Hearts No. 01, Monthly Memories Element Pack No. 01, Hand Scripted Brushes and Stamps No. 10, Ledina Paper Pack

Feeling inspired? I hope so! To get you started, Katie has provided a fun freebie pack. All completed pages should be posted in the Challenge Gallery for everyone to see! If your page qualifies for the rewards program, then don’t forget to link up in the  June 2018 Challenge Participation for credit. Happy Scrapping!

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