Back to 28 Days of Sketches though. Here is sketch 12:
Instead of journaling I added quotes about running, winning, challenges, etc. to the page.
I used sketch 12 as a companion to a flipped sketch 10 to create a double page spread:
Here is sketch 13:
I used the basic sketch and created a page for my needs. I made a pocket page to hold miscellaneous memorabilia from the race and on the pocket portion is where I used the sketch for the layout of the photos.
I decided to go to my storage binders for a photo to do this layout. I wanted to find a photo that had a story that could be told with the title and I think I found it. When Sydney was only a month old I took some extreme close up shots of her making some monkey faces. In this photo she was excited and waving her hands. When I saw it later it reminded me of the final scene from "Meet The Parents" with Ben Stiller..."Can you deal with that?"
I changed a few things and flipped a few things in order to use it as a double page spread.
Sketch 15 is the companion page for sketch 13 to create a double page spread.
Since I was able to finish my Disney Half-Marathon Weekend theme album the rest of the sketches will use photos from my storage binders that have been waiting to be scrapbooked. Can't wait to dig in.