What a month we have had. Here is a recap of our challenges and inspiration this month.
1. A Garden Story Flower or vegetable, public or private, arboretum or farmer's field: gardens add a rich layer of beauty to our lives. As bleak November sets in, revisit the warmth of summer by telling a story you haven't told before that involves, even in a small way, a garden in some form.
2. Something in Common Write about something two people have in common. You can think personal or physical characteristics, likes and dislikes, habits, favorites.
3. A Small Thing For Which You Are Grateful When we think about things we're grateful for, we tend to think of big topics (health, marriage, and family, for example). Instead, try writing about something small you are grateful for, like the perfect cup of hot chocolate (or the cup you drink from), pretty toenails (or socks that keep your feet happy), your favorite sweater (or the stranger who complimented you on it). This is a great chance to scrapbook about yourself! Or, think about a small thing your subject might be grateful for and write about how it influences his/her life for the better.
1. A Garden Story How does your garden look right now? Is autumn in full swing or do you have snow? Or are you one of the very lucky ones that still have blooms in your flower beds? Take time to document how your garden looks now, and then let's extend it to all year round.
2. Common Things Check your photo files and find photos from this day/week last year and take new ones from this day/week and make a diptych .
3. Three Small Things For Which You Are Grateful
1. A Donna sketch/digital template
3. seasonal color inspiration
We would like to thank Tara for joining in with a fantastic layout, and Nathalie for posting her beautiful photos. We have had a remarkable month here at Write. Click. Scrapbook. Just 6 days until a new gallery, a new month, and the beginning of December Dailies. We wanted to express our appreciation for you, dear readers, once again. Thank you, thank you! And please don't forget to add your projects to our Flickr family gallery. We love getting to know you more!