November 14, 2008

Hometown Layout Challenge

Lorie is away visiting her parents, so I am posting this in her absence. Please link up your layouts from the Hometown Challenge and Lorie will pick 3, yes 3 winners to receive a previous add-on from Studio Calico.
I do hope you took the time to do this challenge!
You will have until Monday morning to post a comment with a link to your layout. Winners to be chosen shortly thereafter!


Kimberly said...

Oh, I need to get mine uploaded. Thanks for the reminder!

HildeHW said...

Here is my Hometown Layout:

I`ve chosen to document the story of the Battle of Stiklestad. This event led to the christianity of Norway. As you might understand I`m from Stiklestad a small place in the city of Verdal.
The picture shows a statue of the canonized king Saint Olav who died in the battle. Because of the strong symbolism of the picture I`ve chosen to keep the layout simple. PS: Heilag means holy.

Debbi T said...

I just found this challenge today. Here's my layout:

I journaled about a ferry in my town that takes us across the river to Virginia. My journaling got cut off in the comments, so here it is again:

I love having White's Ferry six miles from our house. It's so easy to hop on the ferry and in just a few minutes we're in Virginia! The first ferry at that location started in 1817. White's Ferry dates back to Civil War times, and it's the only ferry still operating on the Potomac River. The ride to and from the ferry is just beautiful--country roads canopied with trees. White's Ferry is a charming little boat, and riding on it makes an ordinary weekend shopping trip seem more like an excursion!

Jenny said...

This is my first Studio Calico kit and I'm so in love! Here is the link to my layout:

Amy Christine said...

yay! i finally had a chance to get my photos uploaded. :]

here's my layout:

i had so much fun working on this layout. i'm not a history buff my any means, but i do think it's interesting to learn about. there are some pretty fascinating stories about the early days of reno and the various gambling scandals, etc. that went on around here. i went on a history walk for a class one time, and the tour guide was such a good story teller. i loved it. :]

Steph J said...
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Steph J said...

Here's my lo of my home town. So glad I got my kit really early this time. What a fab kit!