Sunday, September 28, 2008

Scrappin' Night Photos

Last Friday was the monthly Scrappin' Night at St. Clare Parish Hall in Green Bay. Club members attended plus a guest, and we spent the night chattin' and scrappin'!

I scrapped 9 pages of my wedding photos, so I met my goals. Hopefully, I get that book ready for our tailgate party in two weeks!

Here are photos of the make-n-takes. The first one is for the camping/Boy Scout pages my group spends a lot of time working on. I used the Under the Stars set (which is only on sale for until Tuesday). I love the cuteness of this set.

By the way, these are "the guys." We were celebrating the end of the school year and beginning of summer at Hu Hot, a Mongolian grill. We ordered S'more's for dessert and you can tell they loved them!

Stamps: Under the Stars, Short Order Alphabet

Ink: Basic Brown, Tangerine Tango

Paper: Always Artichoke, Chocolate Chip, Tangerine Tango, Whisper White

Accessories: Spiral punch, Paper Snips, Dimensionals

I kept this page simple so that it was easily reproduced. Plus, my group of scrappers prefer quick pages so they can get all those great pics scrapped!

Here is our other make-n-take: You might be thinking..what is stm? It's the school that most of the kids that belong to my scrapper's go to! What are the school colors? Red and White? The navy blue reflects the uniforms they wear.

Stamps: Big Deal Alphabet

Paper: Real Red, Night of Navy, Whisper White, Summer Picnic Designer Series Paper

Ink: Night of Navy

Accessories: School Days Rub-ons, Photo Corner Punch, Crop-a-dile, Silver eyelets, scallop border punch

My vision for this page was for those first day of school photos, but I think sports pics are going on the pages!

5 comments:

  1. OMG, I STILL haven't scrapbooked my wedding pages and I've been married 9 1/2 years! "Hanging head in shame"! I agree with the ways to use "Under the Stars"- anytime you eat S'Mores then that stamp set has to be used, right? LOL AND it's perfect for camping pages and Scout stuff. It looks like you had fun doing these!

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  2. Love the smores page. The spiral punch is one of my fav punches.

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  3. Nice work!
    Jan Hoyt
    inkerzaway@aol.com
    http://www.inkerzaway.blogspot.com
    SCS Bloggers Group 4

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  4. love the school page - the rub-ons really stand out on the page!

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  5. This page is really cute. I need to start scrapbooking more with my stamps and designer papers.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Tai
    SU SCS Blogger Grp#4

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