Before I begin, though, if you missed my previous layouts from the month, you can see them here, here, here, here, and here.
On the 29th, our prompt was about favorite foods. I thought this story about our sundae from Winnie-the-Pooh would be a perfect fit:
I have absolutely loved these little wooden alphas + numbers from Studio Calico:
For the next day, the prompt had to do with our secret place (like a treehouse or such). I was really having trouble with it because I didn't have anything like that when I was younger (and neither do my boys). My 10-year-old asked what the prompt was and I told him it was about a secret place, a place that was special and makes you happy. Without hesitation, he replied, "Then you should make a page about Daddy." So I did. :)
As you can tell, this layout goes along with the previous one. This is moments after getting the sundae (and just before my boys went at it!).
These sequins were actually from a Halloween pack, but the yellow was just perfect for this layout.
And, finally, the last day. The prompt was about a favorite vacation. This one was a no-brainer. :)
I'm in the midst of scrapbooking photos from two Disney trips. The ones from last September are going in a regular scrapbook, and the ones from this spring are going in a Snap album. For the last day of LOAD, I decided to make the cover page for the September pictures. (And I got totally lucky with the fireworks shot!)
Here is the finished stack of layouts:
I'm so proud of them, they're still sitting out. Maybe they'll make it into their albums by the end of the month. ;)
The next public LOAD is February 2015. Anyone want to join me?
P.S. I'm part of an affiliate program for Lain's True Scrap and True Stamp events...any money earned will pay for giveaways on CraftYourNest (so it's a win-win in my book). Yesterday, she opened up a great deal for True Stamp 2014. You can get all six classes for $39 with the code "SAVEBIG". For more details, click here.