Challenge #62—We Need a Hero

First off—I’m sorry that I totally spaced the Fast Fact Friday.  Again.  I’m trying to do better, but seem to only be getting worse at it.  I even have a reminder on my phone.  Life is just crazy and busy. 

On to the new challenge: 

Who is your hero?  Why?

You can focus on one person who has done something (or a lot of things) that you admire.  You can talk about a few different people who have inspired you to become better.  You can make a list of many people and the ways they inspire you.  It’s totally up to you.  

Think of close friends, family, community or religious leaders, or even someone you don’t know personally, but admire because of their exemplary life.  Think of people who’ve been heroes in different ways—someone in the military, someone who speaks of peace and serenity, or someone who has beat all the odds.  Keep it simple or make it elaborate—however you want to record it, it’s your story! 

What Laura did:

Laura made a simple layout showcasing four people she views as her heroes.


Supplies - cardstock - Club Scrap; patterned paper - unknown; letters - AC Thickers; journaling spot and embellishment – Jillibean

What I did:

I really wanted to just make a list of all the people who are my heroes, and tell a little bit why…then I found this cute paper and happened to have a picture that I could use and ended up making a real scrapbook page.  I have gone mostly digital, but still really love “getting my hands dirty”, so it was fun to do something simple with my hands instead of my finger on the mouse. Winking smile 


Supplies: Paper: Die Cuts with a View.  Letter stickers: SEI.  Washi tape: unknown. 

Now I challenge you to record about your hero too!

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