Just the classes would have been good enough for me, but they also offered make and takes. In addition to make and takes being offered by these three companies, Crate Paper also had a make and take for us to do.
All good things must come to an end, so Sunday I packed up my stuff and came back down to real life. I hadn't seen my family much all weekend so it was good to spend the afternoon/evening with them.
I left Cropapalooza with an armful of projects and free goodies. I saw old friends, met new friends and realized that for me, scrapbooking is therapy. Unfortunately, it doesn't cure the common cold, which is what I now have.
I'll leave you with pictures of the most fun I've had in a while. Enjoy!
Showing off our pages that Mary from Technique Tuesday taught us
Amy and I with Joey from Bazzill paper
Angela Daniels from Fiskars (Fiskateer #9!)
Two-sided photo frame (a covered canvas board - cute idea!) from the Fiskars class
Tami, you rock! - Shut the front door!
I love making these buttons. Too bad I jammed up the machine.
Pieces of Flair
Heidi, I mean Angela Witch. She made this costume, isn't it too cute?!
Making my recipe swap pages. I almost have them finished. I used the idea from the Bazzill make and take project
Table B - my table
Kathy and Crissy - a HUGE part of Cropapalooza. We love you two!
Amy and Lisa showing off their "What Would Tonna Do" button. Don't even ask me.