Today is National Scrapbooking Day, a day for celebrating the hobby and supporting the industry that has given us such an amazing array of product choices.
Like this latest
release from Quickutz that turned up in my email yesterday. Holy creative
packaging, Batman! I am not a QK user, but those are seriously cute.
If you’re a scrapper from way back when, I’m sure you’ll agree – we’ve come a long way from Mrs. Grossman’s stickers, plain cardstock diecuts, and busy theme papers. Not that there’s anything wrong with those, of course! Just ask my 1998 vacation album.
I didn’t sign up for a crop today, because let’s face it, I rarely get much done at crops. I figured I could be more productive here in my own little studio. So I am sending the hubby and the younger kidlets off for a visit with Grammy & Grampy and I am going to roll around in my patterned paper for a while, and maybe even make a page or two.
I’ve got my pear jelly bellies handy, and I’m brewing a big jar of sun tea. The only thing missing is some scrapping buddy banter. So that’s where you come in. Drop me a comment. Let me know what you’re working on, what products you’re drooling over, or what is inspiring you right now.
Oh, and I guess I’m missing the door prizes, too. So tomorrow morning I’ll pick one lucky commenter to win a little prize package of scrappy goodness.