Strength | Memorabilia Challenge

Hey Ladies and welcome back to our fourth monthly lens — strength. This lens has been a really fun one to step outside of the box and talk about what strength means to each of us individually instead of what we think strength is *supposed* to mean to society.

Each month, we take a look at a new theme (Collective VIPs are sent the Lens micro-magazine on the 1st of the month with an advance copy of all the challenges + bonus content) and use that theme to take a look at the world around us.

These challenges are published here on Friday mornings. We’ve got a photo challenge, a paper challenge, a memorabilia challenge, and a feminist quote challenge. Use these challenges as motivation and inspiration. Not to add to your creative to-do pile.

These memorabilia challenges are designed to get you working with the bits and pieces of your life. Just as the photo challenges are designed to get you taking photos and the paper challenges are designed to get you playing with paper.

To succeed at this memorabilia challenge — find the bits and pieces of your life that fit this challenge. Don’t worry about using it in a project right now, but if you do later on, that’s awesome too.

Strength | Memorabilia Challenge

Use/find/gather something that embodies strength for you.

Consider a reminder of a time or place where you or someone else needed strength, or when you spent time with a strong and inspiring person.

Share your challenge projects with us! Upload your photos/projects to your ALP gallery and drop a link in the comments below.

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