Monday, May 08, 2006

NSD in NZ


Organised a 12 hour crop in Queenstown for NSD. Was great - a whole day for scrapping. My mum joined me for the morning. We had a constant supply of filter coffee & snacks (so many snacks I didn't need to go buy lunch or dinner!). I met some new people & others popped in just to see what we were doing - these LO's are some that I did. I also spent two hours showing some young women & some experienced scrappers how to make my handbags (shown in a previous post). I had done up some page kits which helped me to actually get something done. Mum completed her first Layout since a CM class a couple of years ago.
I had a go at this doodling thing (in the 'stuffed' Lo & used a little in the 'six feet'). Quite enjoyed it! I'm really pleased with how 'oh boy' turned out - much better than the first time I scrapped this photo (in a Lo called 'Wakatipu Boots') & the journaling is way better - more meaningful!
I'm doing Nic H's online class in a week and a half & am looking forward to it as it will be my first non CM class that i've 'attended' Hope I don't have any probs downloading software or getting to the site with time differences etc. Mum is also doing the class but on the Monday rather than Wednesday night.

Our Scrap Camp is moving along nicely with a great bunch of people coming - after Saturday I can't wait! A whole weekend (long because it's Queens Birthday Weekend) to scrap with some challenges and workshops thrown in. Have been collecting bits for the goodie bags & challenge prizes as has Nik so it's shaping up really well! I have a bag full of half page kits organised (just need to do my sketches & some need journaling) so I can get heaps done. Have a few more photos to get printed - as Digital max has half price enlargements leading up to Mothers Day!

I'm having trouble resisting all the stunning, delicious and beautiful papers and embellishments becoming avaliable at stores at the moment. I think scrapbooking needs to come with health (up all night scrapping) and finance (don't ask) warnings!

My first lot of DT work for the Scrapbook Outlet went up last Friday Night - such a releif to be able to post it - now onto next months work! Posted by Picasa

8 comments:

Mands Haynes said...

Lara, the work is beautiful. Love it! See you in Class next Wednesday night...hope it is next and not this...better go check my dates!!!
Fixed the "Group" thing on my Blog...all systems go.
Mands

Megan M said...

Hi Lara - thanks for the link on your blog, really appreciate it! Really enjoy reading your blog, your very good keeping it up to date, I tend to forget! Could I get you to send me the instructions for your handbag please if you have a spare moment!

Donna said...

Your layouts at NSD are fab. I really love Oh Boy & the feet one. Isn't it great when our mothers scrap. Mine is just beginning too; pity she lives in NP. Totally agree with all the temptations to buy!! It's not fair.

Mel said...

Boy, Lara, you have been so busy. Your layouts look great and your organisation is amazing! Scrap Camp will be awesome - so wish I was going to be there!

karen said...

Love all your layout work Lara. Looks as if you had a very productive NSB day - congrats!!

Carole Janson said...

Lara, I love all three layouts, but I especially love the urban Lily layout just gorgeous, you should enter it into the Urban Lily DT. Have a lovely day.

Carole:)

Lisa said...

You've been very busy Lara! Love your layouts especially the 'six feet' love those papers too, well done!

Trina said...

Your Lo's are gorgeous. Glad everything is going well for scrap camp.