Last Friday, I drove out to Grapevine (about an hour away) and met up with my friend Amy (from Austin) at the Scrapbook Expo. I've never attended one of these large scrapbooking shows, so I was excited to head out for a few hours and see what it was all about. First, we toured the show floor where vendors are set up selling all kinds of scrapbooking goodies.
Then we met up with Amy's niece and five-year-old great-niece for lunch at a wonderful Mexican restaurant inside the Atrium at the Gaylord Texan. I'd never been to the Gaylord Texan (a huge resort and convention center), so it was fun to check it out. Here's a look up at the top of the atrium.
I was especially excited to have a new friend to continue my year of FUN skipping.
Amy and I took a class from Clear Scraps and put together two 12x12 pages. This was my first experience with Clear Scraps acrylic pages. Here's how the pages looked at the end of the one-hour class.
I have these on top of a piece of cream cardstock for the photos, but here you can see that the background is clear.
The next day at home, I added photos and embellishments to complete these two pages. They were actually designed to be a two-page layout, but I decided to use them as two separate one-page layouts. This first one will go in my Early Years album, which holds all layouts about me before I met Robbie. (Again I have this on top of a sheet of cream cardstock for the photo.)
And this second one will go in our All About Us album. (For this photo, I simply laid the layout on the table, so you can see the tabletop through the Clear Scraps acrylic page.)
FUN to get together with scrappy friends!