24 February 2008

More than a hobby

Julie Stone is seeking the assistance of scrapbookers to produce a total of 1600 6x6 pages - the pages will be used to create memory books for attendees at a camp for abused and at-risk children.

We decided to devote some time to this magnificent endeavour at our CISters crop day today. And we produced lots of pages (not sure how many... but they certainly add up!!) which will be sent on to Julie for the 2008 camp. Good luck in reaching your target, Julie.

It was fun scrapping with Linda, Liz and Gail today, and catching up with Jolene too... As usual we enjoyed yummy Gloria Jean's coffee, scrapping inspiration and lots of laughing.

I also finished off a sketch layout for the Scrap Lounge cybercrop today:

I'm still very much on track with using up my patterned paper stash - using some old scrapbook.com paper on this layout, heaps of older Basic Grey ranges and SEI papers on the 6x6 pages for Julie's memory books, and donating some more Basic Grey to Liz to encourage the production of some, ahem... more boy layouts **wink**


  1. Karen, I love how you've put the pink and brown together. The bubble wrap detail looks fantastic!!

  2. Oh Wow is that bubble wrap I thought you just dotted my oh my I am way behind with it all...

    Do you have a pic of any of the 6x6 layouts ... to put up so my non functioning brain can get a few ideas.


  3. I forgot to take pics Jac, what kind of scrapbooker am I???? And I already passed them on to Linda to post off... but I've got some more to make so I'll photograph those ones. xx

  4. LOL Karen - yes I do need to do more boy layouts hey. Thanks for the BG paper - just perfect for Zane.

    I love your Bounce layout - it turned out great.

    It was great seeing you on Sunday :-) thanks again for organising the hall hire.


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