Friday, October 9, 2009

Christmas Card Workshop

Christmas Card Workshop

Christmas Card Workshop

I'm very excited about this workshop! I love making christmas cards. And 20 cards for $30 is alot better than Archiver's 4 cards for $15. I don't understand why they charge so much! I do have to say that I love the Copic markers that they're going to use though.

They're markers from Japan that write/color really smoothly and don't tear up paper the way traditional markers do. If you use paper designed for markers, stamp an image and color it in, it looks just like something that was professionally printed. They are pretty pricey, but I will be investing in these sometime in the future. We'll be using a green one to color in the Christmas tree at the workshop though. are the christmas cards. I know the paper is a little more non-traditional this year. I love feedback, so please tell me what you think!

Here we go!

Okay, so I've never blogged before, but it seems like something that everyone is doing nowadays. And since I can't get on facebook at work, I can at least work on this LOL!
I've seen quite a few scrapbook blogs and it seems the easiest way to share projects and ideas, so I hope you all enjoy it!

It took me a couple of tries to come up with the name, but I'm pretty happy with it. At one point it was Club Scrappy,but after 2 people telling me that it sounded like something for dogs I scrapped that one! Then I've always liked the name I came up with for the monthly club, Scrap-a-lots, but even that didn't sound quite right.

So anyway...I'm going to try and post stuff as often as I can and I would love to share your projects and ideas so anyone who's interested, send something my way!