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Monday, July 26, 2010

Travel - Suitcase Shaped Mini Album Class

Travel Book - Suitcase Shaped Book Class
On Saturday, July 24th, I held my travel book class at Scrapbook Village in KY.  We had a great group and so much fun.  The ladies really enjoyed making their vacation treasure and will finish each page on their own.  Hopefully at the time of retreat in November I will be able to see their finished product.
We took our time making the cover and the ladies did so well.  It is so satisfying to watch them and lead them through the process of creating and building their book for those precious memories.  Everyone has their own special and unique take on a page, book or other project they are making.  It is fun to see how they take and add their own personality and sense of design.
We had so much fun together, lots of laughs and lots of talk. 

Below I am going to be offering a class on "Christmas Cookies".  We will be making a jar book with our favorite recipes and using the Cookbookin' line of papers.  I must say right out, that Cookbookin' is my favorite line and I am always looking for ways to showcase the line.  Love it!!!

Thanks for checking in today and remember to try something new today.  
Happy Scrappin',

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2amscrapper said...

nice projects! I like the pocket on the suitcase.

darkpoetess said...

Hello! Never actually saw you email your bio etc so I'll take this opportunity to say hello :-) Looking forward to working with you on the MBA DT x

The Nostalgic Scrapper said...

oh wow!!!! the class looks like fun... such a grungy book... i think its great for travel pictures!