I finally got away with my friends for a scrap weekend! It was good to sit down and get some stuff done. I didn't have too much on my "to do" list this time around because I haven't had time to think about projects due to the whirlwind schedule I've had for the past couple of weeks. I took a mini album class with Danielle Flanders. She is a designer for Pink Paislee. The mini album was made with Pink Paislee's Amber Road paper line. I love the earthtones and the vintage look.
The album is truly a "mini" as it was made from die cuts that are about 3"x4". Now I have to be sure I go apple and pumpkin picking next fall so I can put pictures in it!
I started a Christmas album for Kelle. It is a work in progress for sure. Here's the supplies that I gathered and took along to create the album
The supplies are a combination of patterned papers from Basic Grey & Scenic Route, a little Bazzil red and white cardstock, some Maya Rd chipboard letters, some American Crafts ribbon, some Scenic Route rub ons and chip board, and the album is made from the 7gypsies 5x7ring book and cd envelopes.There will probably be more stuff added to the album as I create it, but that's it for now. I'll post periodic pics to show you the progress.
Did you know that there is 1 week left to sign up for Sharyn Tormanen's stamping 101 class at Get it Scrapped? She'll be showcasing her talents as she walks you through some great techniques. Get it scrapped is also going to offer a class on creating your own books on Shutterfly. Awesome! Stop over to the Get it Scrapped! site when you get a chance!
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