Yes, I totally scrapped while camping... and today, I have the last of this craziness to share with you! So far, I have shown you a fun experiment that ended in a layout as well as a layout that began around the campfire and ended in the studio. This is another layout of the latter. After futzing with some scissors and pen work, this is what I had to work with once home. Let's finish this, shall we?
That stenciling needs something twirly and fancy, you think?Oooooh, how about some more of that?
And, some more?
Oh, yeppers! I love all of those little twirlies!
Now for some more pattern:
Fussy cut pattern, actually...
Oh, I like the other side better!
But, we still need a hint of that chevron, right?
Some of the scraps from that fussy cutting might be fun sprinkled about:
After a bit more of that chevron, here is where we are:
This page is about the surprise of how thick the patio slab was during my parent's reno:
Ormolu? Yes, please!
Ahhh, a Basic Grey Transparency frame that has been hiding in my stash for WAY too long makes it onto this page - hooray!
I feel the need for a bit of sparkle:
And some fun word stamping:
After the splattering, pen lines and journaling...I shall call it done!
The last of my camping projects, completed with a twirl!
Now for some real fun - scrapping all the picts of our trip! We took SO many awesome photos during the 2 day trip...I am not sure the best way to scrap them. A bunch of layouts? A mini? I am leaning towards a mini, but then I am faced with the decisions of format and size. 8x8? 10x10? 5x8? Hmmmmm, so many possibilities....what do you think?
How do you scrap your little trips?