Monday, March 19, 2012

Leather and Lace Winner and New Challenge #195 "Just Breathe..."

The design team has voted and we have a winner for our "Leather and Lace" challenge...

Congratulations Aquarell! You have won a permanent place in the Scrapping The Music Hall of Fame for your beautiful layout...

Thanks so much to everyone who played along with us this week! You are each entered into the drawing for this month's prize!

and now, let's move on to.....

This week's challenge!!!

This week we have a beautiful song by one of my all-time favorite bands. It's "Just Breathe" by Pearl Jam! Check out the video below...

There are so many chances for inspiration with these beautiful, reflective lyrics. Check them out by clicking the tab above. We loved creating with this song, and we hope you will too!

Here are the design team layouts for "Just Breathe..."


This song inspires me to think about all of the little things I'm grateful for in my life. My husband Michael took this photo out of a plane window on one of our trips. I'm always mesmerized by our ability to fly over the clouds like that. It's just one example of the amazing beauty all around us.

I have always loved this song, and wanted to scrap these photos that were taken during our trip to California last December. Our drive through Big Sur was so beautiful - yep, just breathe!

Almost 22 years have gone by since we spent our vacation at the North Sea, but I still remember the salty air that we breathed in.

I had to go with the lyrics, "Hold Me" for this song. My daughter is now 3 1/2 and still says this, although, she is also starting to say put me down more often. But she was a clingy little baby and girl, especially first coming home from China. We did everything with one arm.


Now it's Your Turn!
What inspires you about this song? Show us in a scrapbook layout, art journal page, or anything else you are inspired to create!

To be eligible to win this challenge and have your creation hang in the STM Hall of Fame, remember to link us up to your layout using Mr. Linky below by midnight central time this Sunday, March 25th. The clock in the right sidebar shows central time to help you if you need to convert time zones.

We can't wait to see what you create!