Tuesday, June 06, 2006

ARSC


A Royal Scrap Camp 2006 is over. But there will probably be another next year & an escape in October this year too - so we can do our Christmas stuff.

Here are some of the 17 LO's I managed to complete & a photo of some of us scrapping.

All up we completed 116 pages & 82 Layouts.

We had workshops on interactive pages, using scraps & scrap canvas.

I now have a fantastic headache - think that's from the peace & quiet of a child free weekend to the pressures of a five, a four & a three year old @ home!

Jase just chopped some more firewood so we can turn the heaters off again - nothing beats the heat of a roaring fire.

Loving my freestyle book & had a play with some freestyle LO's in the weekend. Also reading photography for scrapbookers by Tracy White which has some great suggestions. Tip 5 is to read your camera manual - every six months!

On the Scrapbook Outlet Forum someone asked what i define as 'freestyle' - anyone got a great definition? I kind of think it's going with the flow & not necessarily following rules?

some doodling links:
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5 comments:

Janine said...

17 layouts wow thats awesome!! way to go Lara. Sounds like a fun time was had by all. What a productive lot of scrappers you were.

I love reading about your pampering and that food was making my mouth water. Well done on hosting the camp.

I love the layouts you shared.

Twobees said...

OMG how busy were you? Awesome job on those layouts ;)

Onas said...

Did you sleep at all or are you a super organised person who pre-plans LOs for camp? Awesome though sounds like a good time. Love the freestyle effort.

Dianna said...

You are some speed scrapper Lara I just couldn't do that wish that I could. Hope you have recovered now and enjoying being home. I guess too thats a good excuse to buy a new album.

karen said...

Wow 17 layouts.
As for freestyle ... here's how freestyle is described in the first post of the freestyle blog:

Get inspired with FREESTYLE

Freestyle is about doing your own thing. Freestyle is about taking your photos, your stories and your ideas and creating projects that let your personality shine through.

No borders...no rules...

http://www.autumnleaves.com/freestyle/2006_04_23_archive.html