Hi!  My challenge is to have you make a "place" be the subject of your layout.  It can be a town, a country, a room ... any place at all!

I have a layout of one of my favorite places to show you.  But it's just too wild and rainy outside to photograph!  I'll post tomorrow, but just want to say it uses my absolute FAVE JBS line: Wren.  I'm crazy about it!

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yea! the sun is shining - here's my layout of one of my favorite US towns: Cooperstown, NY  using one of my favorite paper lines, Wren.

There will be a $10 gift card to JBS Mercantile randomly awarded to one participant of this challenge.  To be entered to win you must post an image of your layout that meets this challenge or a link to to it on this thread.  You will have until 7pm CST on Sunday, July 1st to complete this challenge.  Winners will be announced Monday morning.

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I have the perfect picture for this challenge Betsy...my MIL home place, a very very old house, where she was born.  Ready to get started!

 

I'm going to do a bridge that is about 10 miles from our home.  It is very old and has tons of local history:)

Here's my place.  This is the house where my MIL was born in 1935.

Ooh, I can't wait to see it, Connie! 

I love how you used Wren along with the die-cut paper here, Louise!  This is such an eye-catching page, and that part of family history captured is priceless.  

Can't wait to see the page, because this is such a great challenge :-)

I love all the cream with the pops of blue and that black and white pic. Love the linear feel. Such a cool challenge.

Uh, I think you know how much I love this now, I do, I do!

oh Louise - what a great photo!  I love how you used the Wren strips to anchor the photo and the "home" sticker is perfect!

I did this layout using a photo taken of my son in Italy. the background is painted with watercolors and then sprinkled with salt for texture

What a great photo!

That is sooooooo pretty! I love the cut out arch - pretty background, love love the textured and color in your ribbon stack. 

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