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Our Hometown winterguard



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When I was looking to see if I had any layout templates to use I saw this one first. I thought that it would be too hard to use so I went with the other one I did. Then on a totally different LO somebody mentioned that they had never heard of winterguard and well it sort of clicked. So I gave it a go. The only embellishment I added was the number ribbon at the top which represents the girls getting scores. This was Jaclyn's junior year. The routine was Our Hometown which they performed to Adele's song Hometown Glory They had giant chairs that were on wheels that they moved at the beginning. Each chair had a fact related to our town. They spin flags, rifles, and sabers. This particle competition they got 1st place. TFL

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Wow, wonderful layout and very creative. love the low opacity in the various shapes, really works. Love how you picked up the colors again in what looks like a pillar, really love this page.

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Wow, this is awesome Kelly and your page is magical! I love, love love how you used this template and your blending is gorgeous. You have soft and movement on the page - I can almost see them performing! I also really like your title but the entire page is a work of art and so creative!

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This is an amazing page, Kelly! I find myself trying to dissect it into its parts, but I can't quite figure it out. The template shapes and variation in opacity provide a focus for each performer - dancer? I agree with all the above - you created a wonderful, cool, awesome, magical, neat page!

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Stunning page Kelly. Fantastic use of this template, really a work of art! I'm not sure how but the geometric shape of the layout pieces really lend to the movement of the photos.

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That's really neat! So much movement and so much to look at with such a minimal number of embellishments. Your photos tell the story so nicely and the triangles and varying opacity really add an intriquing element. I can' see why this is special to you. 

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