I don't know how good I'm going to be at this whole "blogging" thing so here goes nothing.
My name is Bre, I've been scrapbooking for about a year and a half... although I've always had scrapping tendencies. I'm in the midst of constructing my scraproom. Kind of at a stand still at the moment, but I'm hoping to get it done soon because as of now I have no access to my scrappy stuff. So I'll probably just be posting some older work for now until I can get my desk reassembled and stuff put away. Hopefully before the next decade. Although occasionally when I can't take the lack of scrapping anymore, I'll bring some stuff out and plop it on the living room floor to work. But of course that makes a mess, so I try to resist the urge. :) Ok so moving on. I recently took my first trip to archivers (the one in raleigh, NC), which was an amazing experience by the way, and got a buttload of goodies, including one of the 7 gypsies letterblock printer trays. I had waaaaay too much fun altering it. So I thought I would open up this poor excuse of a blog with that.
Lots of fun goodies on that. I used mostly all 7 gypsies paper because its just so darn pretty. And I used some of Tim Holtz fragments for the first time. I am now obsessed with them. Melody Ross brads, Jenni Bowlin butterfly, rusty hinge distress ink, and prima flowers and pearls. Ooooh and its all adhered to the tray with zip dry, and its holding up well. I think that covers everything. It was really fun to make. I think the only thing that was a pain in the butt was cutting the paper just right to fit in the trays. But thats ok. Happy blogging.