Story Scrapbook Challenge

So this month with Father’s Day in the USA, not so everywhere though, but it’s timely and I want your thoughts to turn to your dad.  Or your grandfather.  Or your husband or partner as a father.  Or seeing your brother as a father.  Or a male father figure in your life.

And I want you to pick three character traits that your father (or others as above) has and then elaborate on them.  Tell us the story about him and why those three character traits made him the man he was or is to you.   I’m not even going to give you any jumping off points for this one, I don’t want to sway you in any way.  And I’m sorry if the character traits may not be so positive if you didn’t have a good relationship, but maybe that’s a story you also need to write for yourself, even if you don’t share.

I really hope you can rise to this challenge but okay if this is waaaay too deep for you, pick three things about your dad and tell that story – but I really really hope you tell us about your dad (or grandfather, etc etc) and his character traits.

I’ve shed a few tears and smiled a lot making this tribute page to my dad.  Trying to pick his three best character traits was easy.  Elaborating on them was when the tears came.

Supplies I have used:  Anchors Away Solids Paper Pack,  Clipped Stacks No. 02,  Fresh Vintage Stacks No. 01,  Fresh Vintage Stacks No. 03,  Vintage Journal Spots No. 02,  Artsy Layered Blends No. 01,  Twisted Dots No. 01,  Edge Overlays No. 04,   and some of the challenge freebies.

The team at DD have generously provided a freebie to help you on your way, the link is good for the entire month of June.  I hope the goodies inspire you.   I am really looking forward to reading your stories.

Post your pages in the Scrapbook Challenge Gallery and don’t forget when you use ALL DD product on your challenge page you should post a link of your page in the June Challenge Participation thread so that it will count toward your savings in the rewards program.  Everyone’s a winner!

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