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I just love it when inspiration comes from an unlikely place. I was looking at some junk mail I received the other day for a magazine subscription. One of the inserts was some freebie project cards. While looking at one of the projects it occurred to me how easy it could be adapted to a scrapbook page. It was a round clock face with various length yardsticks out from it like a sunburst. It was an interesting project.
My challenge to you is to use strips of dp and solid cardstock on your page. It could be strips from behind a photo or element similar to a sunburst or strip journaling and narrow strips of paper down the side of the page.
Michele, hope you can get caught up quickly? Any jet lag?
It might not be what you expected with this challenge, but you said we could use journaling. And that inspried me to how to do these pages. I didn't know how to journal, but ended up using cutting the strips out of the daily paper schedule we got!