Sunday, September 30, 2007

Report on the Saint Andrew School Scrap the Day Away
Wow! What a fun couple of cropping days! The crop was a great time. I haven't been to a two day event for over a year, I think. I got soooooo much done and I have soooooo many pictures to share with you this week. It was a nice mix of Thanksgiving/Fall/Christmas projects that I was working on. The gals at my table were the dear gals who worked with me at CPS and friends of theirs. I had a wonderful time visiting and catching up with them. It is like we pick up right where we left off with the inside stories and jokes! Because of my gals at the table I had wonderful leg and foot refreshing spray and fun music!

As for the crop itself, wonderful job ladies! The goodie bags were nice, the make and takes were fun. Tons of doorprizes, even though I wasn't a winner. (Pout) YUMMY food and soooo much of it!
These are a couple of Criss Cross cards that I made while I was there. I find that it is easier to work on cards and little projects while I am away cropping. The pattern/instructions for this card can be found at
Sorry that the stamped image isn't appearing so great in the pictures. It is a very intricate harvest wreath with fruits and vegetables. In all honesty I loved the image but could not imagine taking the time to color it all in and it did not look so good stamped in just one flat color. It does look incredible heat embossed with copper metallic powder.
Keep checking back... I have LOTS of project pics loaded up to share!
Tomorrow is the first of the month.... UGHHHHHH!!!
Take Care!


Anonymous said...

your description of the crop sure makes me wish i could have gone!! i sure miss the weekend crops now that we don't have any. i am really looking forward to Barb's crop this month (is that the 26th?) and to the Camp one, of course! love those criss-cross cards..there is always something new on SCS! later..........BS2

Babs said...

Great crop! Great food! Great friends! Great FUN! LOVED it! Thanks for making Amy feel so welcomed! Can't wait for the CH crop!