Tuesday, May 25, 2010

May's All Day Crop Highlights!

Hi Friends!  I finally have a few photos to share with you from our All Day Crop this past Saturday.  I had forgotten my battery in the charger at home, but luckily, Cheryl has the same camera as I do.  She had a battery for me to use!  Our Cropping Queen came through for us!

Thanks Cheryl! 


Here's Kim and Jackie hard at work...

A few giggles happening here...

Between digital Scrapbooking, Jackie opted to tackle Patty's tutorial on a Tri-Fold Card for our "Fancy Folds" Challenge.

She even had the directions printed out. :)


She even created a beautiful layout that I couldn't help but take a photo of to share with everyone.  Hmm, I think this one qualifies for Fancy Folding too!  Just look at those pinwheels.  Now, if I only got a picture of how much glimmer mist she was wearing after this layout - LOL.  Luv Ya Jackie!

A layout created by Charlotte that she already entered into our Fancy Folds Challenge...

How about this gorgeous layout created by our very own DT Member Michelle...

All day cropping tired these girls out.  We only had 2 croppers standing by 10:30pm.    Although, we had so much food that filled us up.  I certainly couldn't think of doing anything with paper.  We had lunch catered by the fabulous Angela from Angela's Everyday Gourmet  in Shavertown.  Oh, the sandwiches were De-li-cious!  Thank You Angela!

I wish I had some more pictures to share with you.  There were so many wonderful pages created that day!

Thanks for stopping by!

Hugs

3 comments:

Patricia said...

Im so glad that someone used my tutorial, happy dance. Maybe she can post a picture of the completed card so I can see what it looks like. Everyone looks like they are having a good time. I wish I lived closer!!
~Patricia

Catherine said...

Looks like a great day! Hope you offer again!

Susan ~ Killam Creative said...

Wow, what a great time! It looks like you all had loads of fun and made fabulous projects. I'm with Patricia - think of all the trouble we'd get into if we were closer... *grin*

Cheers,
Susan