Sunday, 22 March 2009

Crop Bootcamp #25

Well, I've finally come to the last of the Crop Bootcamp layouts. The aim of this scrapbooking venture was to do 25 layouts and use 50 sheets of patterned paper. I tried as much as I could to only use PP for all these layouts - it was very satisfying to use a new sheet of paper rather than saving it for some mythical special occasion. I managed to 'break open' 60 sheets of paper.

Okay. I promised there would be a layout about my scraproom and here it is.

If my art room ever looks like a showroom for a magazine article (I was going to link you to a photo but it's not working. If you Google 'scrapbooking room' and look at the images you'll see exactly what I mean!) it means I'm dead.

You just want to know all the things on the Spotto list, don't you?
Lil Chizzler
Stamp Cleaner
Fiskars Circle Cutter
Steel Rule
Pritt Power gel x 3
Empty Peanut butter jar
glue pen
zig Writer
Glue stick
7 Gypsies Stamp
Circle Punch
hJar of Flowers
Lid from Bling Box
greaseproof paper
BG cutting mat
Magnets for mat
Fiskars Threading Water Punch
Flat Pack
Make up bag that holds gel pens
Dangly things still in packet
Slick Writer
Sanding Block
Versacube Ink x 3
MM Staples
Herma tabs
Fiskars scissors
Glue Dots
Stampin' Up Watercolor Wonder Crayons
Sophie-Lee's Art
Susannah's Art
Inspiration printed out
Fancy Pants felt
Tag from Loretta Grayson
Paint rag
Basic Grey file
Vinyl disposable gloves
Baskets in Expedit
Plastic drawers
Gary Reef Sunflower Challenge
Sewing machine
Stuffed toys
Feather thing from Montville
Balloon from Elizabeth Hardy
Ironing Board
Magic Tree House set of books
Portfolio Water Soluble Crayons
Glasses Cases
Paint brushes
Coke Bottle shaped tin
Magnetic Board
Scrap paper that needs filing
Pages cut from Magazines
Old Book for using pages
Papre recycling box
Alphabet basket
Stamp cleaner
Storage boxes
Mini Album Basket
Mess on floor
Sewing Box
Eskimo lamp from Ba and Al
Vase thing from Carol
Glass lid

Products: PP - Making Memories 5th Avenue and Ava Artisan Edge; Pink Paislee alphabet stickers; Hero Arts Pixie stamps; Tim Holtz Distress Ink.

1 comment:

MH said...

Hi Diane,
Thanks for making me feel a little bit better about my (not so ready for a photo shoot)studio. You are not alone :)