I was at the make 'n take booths at 9 a.m. while friends Barb and Jayne (lucky ducks) were in the Tim Holtz class. When they finished class at 10:30, Barb and I went on to more make 'n takes while Jayne went to another class. After lunch Barb ran home while Jayne & I visited more booths, then the three of us went to a class featuring Hero Arts stamps - yay! The instructor came from Archiver's staff but Meg was very enthusiastic and a good teacher.
Here are the class projects - two cards and a journaling card. Sorry for the darkness in the corner of my photo.
We had lots of neon inks and daubers to use so everyone's projects varied based on the colors they chose. I couldn't resist using a lot of purple, my fave! Oh, and we got some great goodies plus I won a prize (prize on left below and class goodies on right):
Here are some of the make 'n takes I did:
Upper left Doodlebug, right Spellbinders, bottom Me and My Big Ideas.
Upper left BoBunny, right Mark Richards, Bottom left can't remember, right Lawn Fawn
The Mark Richards card was supposed to have gems all around the circle but I couldn't bring myself to use them that way (saved them for something else - LOL). Just loved the Lawn Fawn card - the trees were stamped in the same Mason jar we used yesterday but upside down!! Brilliant, eh?
Left Petaloo, right Basic Grey
I also did two scrapbook page layouts but they didn't photograph that well so I'm not including them here. So, I managed to do 11 of 23 booths again today. Pretty good since I had a class in there too! Some booths were doing the same project as yesterday so I was able to visit a couple booths that I missed yesterday.
Here are Barb, Jayne and I after a long day of ScrapFest - we still look pretty chipper, eh?
Final day tomorrow and the hours are a bit shorter 11a - 4p. Hope to see a few more friends and visit booths I missed the first two days. Thanks again for stopping!