Brook, plain Brook no e, she calls herself created an amazing Goth inspired senior book. She is the best scrappy partner, and I wish I could take her home with me. :)
No no don't take my picture.
Sorry, couldn't hear you Mary Lou. :) She finished a HUGE project for her grandson who just shipped off to the Marines. I am hoping to use her style to make my family Christmas album this year.
Barbara, a new scrapper, let me teach her how to make a chipboard mini. Not sure what she thought of my spare no expense motto, but it came out as beautifully as her grand-daughter. :)
This is about the only thing I accomplished as far as actually scrapping, but it turned out perfect. These pictures are of me and my daughter while I was pregnant with Blue. I wanted to remember what the days were like when she and I did everything togetherm just the two of us.
A little Maya Road goodness off to the side. I noticed a lot of the women made flat scrapbook pages, and mine needs a crane to hold it up. ;) But I plan to hang mine on the wall anyway so I don't worry have to worry about squishing it into an album.
I added some glaze to the clock that's layered on top of a vintage milk-bottlecap, and I think I am still going to stick a tag behind this photo with some journaling.
I got to sit near Carolyn, the owner of The Crafty Scrapper, and she generously shared her stamp collection (and wheat thins) which I used on these Maya Road chipboard letters. I wanted to add some crackle paint too, but was talked out of it by my partners in crime. Something about less is more. ;)
I am entering this layout in Wild Orchids "say it with flowers" challenge. I just ordered a huge amount of flowers from them, and am going to have fun layering away with them. :)
Anyway, if you haven't been to a crop recently I highly recommend it. Happy scrapping. Dee2