You've made it! Here we are at the very last day of MOC6! We hope that you have stretched your creativity, learned some new scrapping skills, been inspired and even made a new friend along the way. Look around - there are nearly 400 of us enjoying this event during our 6th year of Month of Challenges. As a team, we're incredibly grateful that you've spent this month with us. We hope that you'll join us for our regular challenges in February and continue to spend time with us here at TLP. As always, I want to give a big shout out to @mrs2a50 and all of the Pollys. I am sure you will agree that their hard work in making this a fun and inspiring event is worthy of a standing ovation. Now, for our very last challenge of MOC6... As memory keepers, we're often focused on capturing a moment or telling what happened during a particular event, but meaningful stories also live between the moments in our photos. In this challenge, we're going to focus on comparing then and now. Ideally, you will use the photos and your journaling to explain what has changed during the interval. Specific Requirements for this Challenge *You must have at least 2 photos, taken at least a year apart. You may have more than two photos. The photos can be as many years apart as you wish, but one year is the minimum. *You must have at least 150 words of journaling. *Your journaling must contain the words "then" and "now" within those 150 words. *Clearly mark the dates of your photos on your layout. *You must use scrapping products on your layout as well. General Requirements: Your completed page must be a new page in order to count for the Month of Challenges. Your page must be posted in three places: Uploaded to the TLP Gallery (not an outside hosting site). Posted in your page thread you created in the MOC Layouts Folder. You should have one post per completed challenge page. If you complete all 31 challenges, your thread should contain 31 posts. Please do not comment in the participants’ page threads so we can keep them clean. Posted in this thread. People can comment here if they wish. Pages should contain at least 75% current Lilypad product (currently for sale in the store from either permanent designers or guest designers). Here's an example layout with photos from my daughter on the first day of kindergarten and the first day of 5th grade.