Great work Marion - I'd have to agree that clustering with mens kits is much harder to do. It's a great effort Marion. I'd never be that tough as to exclude anyone from the prize. Really, it's more about participation and trying out and learning new things. I know a number of scrappers struggle with clustering and so I a challenge was in order to help challenge them and get them to practice. After all, practice makes perfect and the more you try it - the better you will get.
Just be persistent and it will come. Recommend you study someone else's cluster and try to duplicate it in your own way. It's a great way to learn.
Tin Tin - great job on your layout. I love that texture of the paper showing through the photo. It looks great without overwhelming the photo.
I have not been avoiding this challenge, I have been real busy with a fundraising event for a local Children's hospital. now that has passed this weekend I have lots of photos and more time. Be back in a little bit
Firstly - thanks to Marion I thought about how often I scrap a masculine page and unfortunately it's not very often and after commenting on the fact that clustering for a masculine page is much harder to do, I thought well there was a challenge I had to try out. So here is my layout.
I don't have many masculine kits in my stash so I went for : Heritage Men by Carena's Designs. (me - LOL). Hmmm - now there is another challenge idea. LOL.
Anyone - up for an extra challenge - Scraplift the same page again but with a masculine kit and try out clusters with it.
The very least you ca do in life is to figure out what you hope for. And the most you can do is to live inside that hope. Not admire it from a distance but to live right in it.