Monday, September 20, 2010

...And Now It's Gone

The rest of the weekend at ScrapFest came and went in a flash. On Saturday while we were doing make & takes, Ruthie spotted this giant shark and we chased him down so I could add to my "photos with mascots" collection:


I had a class in the afternoon and Jan & I went to a crop that night. But what girly weekend would be complete without a makeover? Since we were at the mall, a few of us had to get that done! Michelle's session was at the MAC counter:


Afterward, we met Tim and Mario to say hello with our freshly applied faces:


On Sunday morning, several of us got the opportunity to attend Tim's class:


Check out how many people there were:


Even though there were lots of students, Tim and his trusty helpers were continually walking around to provide assistance to anyone who needed it. He also had step-by-step pictures posted on the giant screens, and he explained things so well that it never felt like the class was that large:


We created a mini album with Journaling Tickets and Film Strip Ribbon as some of the inside pages:


The rest of the inside pages were made from the Lost & Found Paper Stack folded so they contained pockets:


The grungeboard covers were embossed with the Sizzix Texture Fades Embossing Folder in Regal Flourish. We inked them with the Distress Pads using a Blending Tool and added cool embellishments, such as the Time Pieces, Game Spinners, Locket Keys, and a Swivel Clasp with a Type Charm. My favorite detail was the Word Key, which was inserted between the pages and two 1/2" book rings:


If you're interested in working with any of the products shown here, you can find them on the Stampers Anonymous website. I've also added a bunch of BRAND NEW accessories that have just arrived, including holiday-themed Tissue Tapes, Texture Fades Folders, and Sizzix Dies in addition to all-occasion embellishments (such as Baubles, Facets, and more Accoutrements).

3 comments:

Gail said...

Looks like you had a great time. Missed seeing you this time at the Rhinebeck show this past weekend. :-(

Joy said...

It was soooooo good to see you Jackie!!!! hugs!

Jackie Wamhoff said...

I'm sorry I missed you, too, Gail. It was the only show I haven't been to all year, but I hope you enjoyed watching Megan do the demos. :-)

Right back atcha, lovely Joy!