Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Scrap Yourself Challenge 7

It is Wednesday, which means it is Reveal day on the

This week's challenge is:
"Hidden Talents"

This one was kind of tough for me... I have lots of hobbies- not sure if any of them would be be considered a hidden talent though. I decided to go back to my high school photos and use this prompt to document my love of theater.

"Drama Queen"
I used the May Swirlydoos Kit "La Vie En Rose" for this page... the themed paper from Creative Imaginations was a PERFECT fit!

Supply List:
Pattern Paper, Stickers, Tags: Creative Imaginations; Flowers: Petaloo, Bazzill; Bling: Prima; Alpha Stickers: Making Memories; Thickers, Ribbon: American Crafts; Ink: CTMH

I love the musical & dramatic theme of this Creative Imaginations line it "set the stage" for this page! (ba- dum- bum- ching!)

I wrote all my journaling on a tag and hid it behind the photo.

"When I was in middle school, I discovered a love for ACTING! All through high school I took drama courses and I was in the International Thespian Society... my senior year I was President of the club & I competed at a District and State level in Musical Theater. I went on to declare a Musical Theater major in college. I have always wondered what would have happened if I has pursued my love for the theater instead of getting married and starting a family. I guess I will never know, but the DRAMA QUEEN in me lives on! Maybe one day I will hit the stage again 6/2010"

If you haven't already, head over to

and see what the rest of the design team did for this challenge.
Hopefully you will join us and make your own
page or project reflecting your talents!

blessings ~ Zoa


Draea Lael (Rose) said...

Love this! That is how I remember my beautiful, smiling friend Zoa!

Kay said...

Fabulous layout! You're right, that Swirlydoos kit was definitely perfect for this hidden talent of yours! I loved your take on this challenge--I was too shy to ever actually act. I was the one always working behind the scenes. I made it all come together behind the curtain....but I never made it in front of the curtain...

Kelly Massman said...

Great work! My son is into drama--it's fun to see your LO!

Debbi Tehrani said...

What a great talent, and your page is so beautiful. Love the curtains! (And your skunk story is so funny!)

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