see this post for the "before" photos) to document Why I Scrapbook, per the prompt that Shimelle gave out earlier this month.
Bits & Pieces workshop project (hah!). If you like this project, or you like what you've seen from the B+P mini sneaks on this blog, I just want to let y'all know that I'll be offering the B+P workshop again probably later next month. Stay tuned for more details.
Anyway, on with the scrappiness! Go grab your coffee and get ready to browse through a whoooole bunch of images. Remember, I don't really do small minibooks. This one turned out to be almost 30 pages. :)
Note: the B+P book turned out to be about 60 pages... plus way more detailed instructions. Just sayin...
Here we go:
Seriously, I hope that the amount of images didn't do anything terrible to your browser.
If it did, give me a heads up and I'll do a slideshow or something.
I may add some more pages.. Like I forgot to write about how much I love the friends I make through the hobby, and about documenting my family history.. and also I probably could add some more about how I love my tools and the goodies associated with scrapbooking.
And to answer some questions about the book I got from the last post...
Yes, it's totally cool to "copy" the me. That's kind of how inspiration/scrapbooking works. We all inspire each other. Just please if you do copy or scraplift give credit and/or let me know about it. (I love to see what people do!)
The kraft border on the cover was made with the new EK Success Slimline Bubbles border punch. I looove it.
The big starburst is a punch that is made by Marvy Uchida. Despite the fact that I don't normally like non-lever punches, these are awesome. I think there is also a design on one of the Slice cards that is similar.
Anyway, hope you liked the book. Take care until next time!