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Wednesday, March 25, 2009


This is the calm before the storm. I set up my scrap room for 6 scrappers. I can accommodate up to 10. All my "scrap-crap" is already there and everyone brought theirs as well.

The first day of our scrap. We started on Thursday morning and scrapped all the way through Sunday. What fun! We had lots to eat and we went to bed late and got up early. On Friday morning I made my specialty, Sandra's waffles. Ohhh, they were very tasty.

Sandy and Kathi are busy scrappin and didn't even look up. Kathi has been working on an album for her oldest son, Ben, who is graduating in 2 months. Don't mention that to Kathi, she gets teary. Very, very nice album and her layouts are unlike any you will see anywhere, not even in the best scrapping books. Outstanding!
Sandy created 2 very different albums. The first was for her son who shot his first deer. The album spelled out D E E R. We cut out the letters on the Cricut and we hand made the rest. Her second album was for her daughter's graduation. It said G R A D. This album was 8x16. Really big and plenty of room for those important graduation photos. Good job Sandy!

Tonja and Angie took some time out to watch something on the tv. Angie is working on heritage photos from her family. They are awesome. The layouts she is creating are outstanding and unlike anything else out there. Fantastic Angie! Tonja is just chilling on the couch. She had been working non stop on her layouts. I think she said she did either 12 or 19. I can't remember, anyways, wow, that is a lot to complete and each was different and very nice. Good going Tonja!

Angela, she is in a class of her own. She sat right across from me and we had a blast. Always happy and laughing and making me laugh at her jokes and sayings. Angela certainly put the word south in southern. Love her accent. Angela spent her time doing layouts of her two daughters, Jessie and Sanannah. How is that for southern names. The layouts were very pink, flowered and very beautiful. Angela discovered the beauty of Stickles. She ended ordering the full set. Have fun creating with your new toy, Stickles.
Hope you enjoy looking at my photos. We had so much fun and it is great to get away from our busy lives for 4 days and nights to play with our other passion, scrapping. We were all refreshed and ready to go home to family. A girl needs this time once in a while to invigorate her. Loved it and enjoyed all my friends gathering here where I could pamper them just a little bit. See you all soon, in the fall.
Try something new today and happy scrappin'.
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