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Sunday, June 8, 2008

Sunday Scrappin' #31

Bah. The camera and the computer are at odds again. I'm not sure what their squabble is over, but evidently I'm going to have to get the printer to go and mediate so that I can start sharing craft pictures again! ;)

TA-DA's: I finished my drink swap pages.... well, I did, then I decided that I might add another embellishment.... but technically they are ready to go. I wound up coloring the images in colored pencil and then applying glitter glue over top of them, and I like the way they came out. I also printed my chimichanga recipes, cut them out, and did a layout of my next recipe swap pages- a Mexican themed swap.

TO-DO's: Finish the Mexican recipe swap pages, make a graduation card.

CHALLENGE: I, unfortunately, did not get much crafting time in this week, so I didn't get to do my own monochromatic challenge. I know what I'm doing, though-- I have gray and black "congratulations" DP that I'll be using to make an all black and gray graduation card. Hopefully I'll get that done this week, since it needs to be mailed ASAP.

If you do any kind of paper crafts,
I hope you'll join in the fun of Sunday Scrappin'!


  1. Wow, you are crafty! Decorated recipes. That's pretty cool. Thanks for hosting Sunday Scrappin' - I really enjoy it.

  2. Way to go on getting your swap pages done! I tend to decide later on that a certain page needs something more.

    Good luck this week, and have fun!

  3. Congrats on getting your swap pages done. Have a great week! Thanks for hosting Sunday Scrappin!

  4. Good for you for getting some scrapping done. Can't wait to see photos.

    Good luck with this week's goals. Happy SS!

  5. Your recipe cards sound lovely, the colouring in and glitter glue sounds like a wonderful addition.

    Hope you have a wonerful week Amy.


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