Finally got some scrapping done

Finally got some scrapping done

Post by Sand » Sat, 04 Aug 2007 12:47:33



I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
2007 LO's Album.
Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming by
to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also completed a
LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one of our youngest
granddaughter.
They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

Sandy

http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

2007 Totals
LO's completed -  69
Swaps - 4
Cards - 6
Clipboards - 1
Lunch Pail -
Mini Album -  2
Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
Paint can -
Altered Items - 3
"When you get to the end of your rope,
tie a knot and hang on"
Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

Finally got some scrapping done

Post by King's Crow » Sat, 04 Aug 2007 13:20:20


Flip Flop album absolutely adorable!  How creative using the top of a real
sandal.

Lynne


Quote:
>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>2007 LO's Album.
> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> of our youngest granddaughter.
> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> Sandy

> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> 2007 Totals
> LO's completed -  69
> Swaps - 4
> Cards - 6
> Clipboards - 1
> Lunch Pail -
> Mini Album -  2
> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> Paint can -
> Altered Items - 3
> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> tie a knot and hang on"
> Franklin D. Roosevelt


 
 
 

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Post by cware8 » Sat, 04 Aug 2007 14:38:42


Loved the flip flop album. Your CD Calenders were very neat. Did you
use actual cd's and cover them or something shaped like that?
 
 
 

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Post by Sand » Sat, 04 Aug 2007 19:41:44


Yes, we used actual cd's for the project. I think they would be great for
Christmas presents or teacher's gifts.
Sandy


Quote:
> Loved the flip flop album. Your CD Calenders were very neat. Did you
> use actual cd's and cover them or something shaped like that?

 
 
 

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Post by Scout Lad » Sat, 04 Aug 2007 22:32:00


I love the layouts and the flip flop album and the cd's. Do you have a
secret to cutting out the circles perfectly round like that?


Quote:
>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>2007 LO's Album.
> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> of our youngest granddaughter.
> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> Sandy

> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> 2007 Totals
> LO's completed -  69
> Swaps - 4
> Cards - 6
> Clipboards - 1
> Lunch Pail -
> Mini Album -  2
> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> Paint can -
> Altered Items - 3
> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> tie a knot and hang on"
> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by Sand » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 00:37:09


Most of the paper overlaps and was cut to cover 1/2 the cd at a time. Where
there is two types of paper I cut one with a straight edge and the other
(bottom) piece overlaped the center so the edge of it was covered by the
straight on the center one. It was almost the same way when three sheets
were used as they all overlapped.
I found it easier to put the glue on the cd and then lay it on the back of
the paper, and then cut around the cd itself.
Sandy


Quote:
>I love the layouts and the flip flop album and the cd's. Do you have a
>secret to cutting out the circles perfectly round like that?



>>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>>2007 LO's Album.
>> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
>> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
>> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
>> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
>> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
>> of our youngest granddaughter.
>> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

>> Sandy

>> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

>> 2007 Totals
>> LO's completed -  69
>> Swaps - 4
>> Cards - 6
>> Clipboards - 1
>> Lunch Pail -
>> Mini Album -  2
>> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
>> Paint can -
>> Altered Items - 3
>> "When you get to the end of your rope,
>> tie a knot and hang on"
>> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by a-scrapbooking-div » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 00:43:34



Quote:
> Most of the paper overlaps and was cut to cover 1/2 the cd at a time. Where
> there is two types of paper I cut one with a straight edge and the other
> (bottom) piece overlaped the center so the edge of it was covered by the
> straight on the center one. It was almost the same way when three sheets
> were used as they all overlapped.
> I found it easier to put the glue on the cd and then lay it on the back of
> the paper, and then cut around the cd itself.
> Sandy



> >I love the layouts and the flip flop album and the cd's. Do you have a
> >secret to cutting out the circles perfectly round like that?



> >>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
> >>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
> >>2007 LO's Album.
> >> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> >> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> >> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> >> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> >> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> >> of our youngest granddaughter.
> >> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> >> Sandy

> >>http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> >> 2007 Totals
> >> LO's completed -  69
> >> Swaps - 4
> >> Cards - 6
> >> Clipboards - 1
> >> Lunch Pail -
> >> Mini Album -  2
> >> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> >> Paint can -
> >> Altered Items - 3
> >> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> >> tie a knot and hang on"
> >> Franklin D. Roosevelt- Hide quoted text -

I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
where I saw one of these).ME ME ME i did

HOW ADORABLE.

 
 
 

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Post by Jessic » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 01:39:35


Sandy - Love the flip flop album, so cuute!  Also love the CD calendar
- had the same thought that those would make great Xmas gifts.

So - I thought I'd take this oppurtunity to tell everyone that we get
lots of marketing CDs here at work that usually get tossed - so if
anyone wants some for altering - let me know and I'll send them to you
for the price of postage.  I'd rather see them used for a project then
in the garbage!

Glad you got some scrapping done Sandy!

I need to get in gear now!

Jessica

 
 
 

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Post by Shanno » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 06:43:02


Sandy, thanks for sharing.  I love the flip flop mini album.  I had
remembered someone had done one also in here.  I also love the altered cd
calendar.  I'm going to nab your idea and make some for Christmas presents.
I have a few questions though.  Is that just a plate holder, if so where did
you get them? Craft store?  Second, did you use 12 cd's or 6.  I didn't know
if you did 1 cd per month or 2 months on one cd.  Thanks for sharing.


Quote:
>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>2007 LO's Album.
> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> of our youngest granddaughter.
> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> Sandy

> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> 2007 Totals
> LO's completed -  69
> Swaps - 4
> Cards - 6
> Clipboards - 1
> Lunch Pail -
> Mini Album -  2
> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> Paint can -
> Altered Items - 3
> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> tie a knot and hang on"
> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by Sand » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 08:25:58


Yes, it's a plate holder. I used 12 cd's for the project. Glue seems to hold
better on the label side of the cd.
Sandy


Quote:
> Sandy, thanks for sharing.  I love the flip flop mini album.  I had
> remembered someone had done one also in here.  I also love the altered cd
> calendar.  I'm going to nab your idea and make some for Christmas
> presents. I have a few questions though.  Is that just a plate holder, if
> so where did you get them? Craft store?  Second, did you use 12 cd's or 6.
> I didn't know if you did 1 cd per month or 2 months on one cd.  Thanks for
> sharing.



>>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>>2007 LO's Album.
>> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
>> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
>> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
>> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
>> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
>> of our youngest granddaughter.
>> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

>> Sandy

>> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

>> 2007 Totals
>> LO's completed -  69
>> Swaps - 4
>> Cards - 6
>> Clipboards - 1
>> Lunch Pail -
>> Mini Album -  2
>> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
>> Paint can -
>> Altered Items - 3
>> "When you get to the end of your rope,
>> tie a knot and hang on"
>> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by M-C » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 09:27:17


What cute layouts!  Like everyone else, my first thought looking at your
flip-flop album was how cute!  Love the way you did the top of the sandal!

M-C
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www.miracle4Savannah.com
and help a little girl get a new liver!


Quote:
>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>2007 LO's Album.
> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> of our youngest granddaughter.
> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> Sandy

> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> 2007 Totals
> LO's completed -  69
> Swaps - 4
> Cards - 6
> Clipboards - 1
> Lunch Pail -
> Mini Album -  2
> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> Paint can -
> Altered Items - 3
> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> tie a knot and hang on"
> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by Kend » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 10:54:42


this is great!!!  I loved looking at all your layouts!  I remember when mine
were so little.  The flip-flop alubm is really cute!
--
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Projects completed for 2007
LO's:
12x12:  56
8.5x11:  13
10x10:  34
  8x8:   02
Cards: 23
March/April Catch Up
challenge Goal: 30   Completed: 30
6x6 Spring Break Album


Quote:
>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my webshots
>2007 LO's Album.
> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the site
> where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept coming
> by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I also
> completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license and one
> of our youngest granddaughter.
> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

> Sandy

> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

> 2007 Totals
> LO's completed -  69
> Swaps - 4
> Cards - 6
> Clipboards - 1
> Lunch Pail -
> Mini Album -  2
> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
> Paint can -
> Altered Items - 3
> "When you get to the end of your rope,
> tie a knot and hang on"
> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by Linda » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 12:13:31


Hi Sandy! Loved the flip flop book and your  LO's..glad you finally
got some time to scrap! I really liked the Calendar CD's. They look
like they were fun to make!

Linda

 
 
 

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Post by Shanno » Sun, 05 Aug 2007 22:46:24


Thanks Sandy.   I never would have not thought of the glue holding.  I'm
glad I asked or I would have probably just used 6.


Quote:
> Yes, it's a plate holder. I used 12 cd's for the project. Glue seems to
> hold better on the label side of the cd.
> Sandy



>> Sandy, thanks for sharing.  I love the flip flop mini album.  I had
>> remembered someone had done one also in here.  I also love the altered cd
>> calendar.  I'm going to nab your idea and make some for Christmas
>> presents. I have a few questions though.  Is that just a plate holder, if
>> so where did you get them? Craft store?  Second, did you use 12 cd's or
>> 6. I didn't know if you did 1 cd per month or 2 months on one cd.  Thanks
>> for sharing.



>>>I went to a crop with my scrapbook group and took a class they were
>>>offering. We made an altered CD calendar set. I uploaded it in my
>>>webshots 2007 LO's Album.
>>> Then I met up with some friends last Saturday and we corpped for  the
>>> evening. I completed one of the Sandal Albums (forgot who posted the
>>> site where I saw one of these). It was fun making it, and everyone kept
>>> coming by to see how I was doing while I worked on it at the crop. I
>>> also completed a LO of our oldest son when he got his drivers license
>>> and one of our youngest granddaughter.
>>> They are all in the 2007 LO's Album starting with "Our First Driver".

>>> Sandy

>>> http://community.webshots.com/user/slmcbeth

>>> 2007 Totals
>>> LO's completed -  69
>>> Swaps - 4
>>> Cards - 6
>>> Clipboards - 1
>>> Lunch Pail -
>>> Mini Album -  2
>>> Workshops/Classes Taught -  1
>>> Paint can -
>>> Altered Items - 3
>>> "When you get to the end of your rope,
>>> tie a knot and hang on"
>>> Franklin D. Roosevelt

 
 
 

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Post by K2 » Mon, 06 Aug 2007 00:14:38


Finally had a chance to look at these-WOW!
AWESOME work! Very creative.
thanks for sharing your ideas-the flip flop album is adorable.
Kathy