The fourth Scrapbook.com National Scrapbook Day challenge I tackled was called Insta-Scrap It. The only requirement was to scrap at least four square photos. I've been collecting photos of Trevor with his cousin Allison, so I decided to use those. I found six pictures that I'd printed small and chopped them down into squares.
At this point, I could have just lined up the photos and quickly made a layout that reflected my usual style. But since this was a challenge, I decided to truly challenge myself and use patterned paper with a huge printed element. I never know what to do with papers like that, especially since I'm not keen on putting a single photo on a page. I almost put the paper back about fifty times, but I made myself press on.
Eventually, I realized I could line the photos up like photo booth strips. I added the title at the base of the flowers, tucked journaling into the top right, added some stickers below the photos, and then used the reverse of the cut-off tear strip to edge the bottom. The finished layout is totally outside my comfort zone, but I kinda like it.