Cheryl's class featured the technique of metal embossing. This was a
new technique for me - for Marge and Terry too. We were challenged and
laughing at ourselves. You can read more about metal embossing on Cheryl's blog.
I finished the base of the book on the cruise. I kept thinking about what I wanted to capture - what pictures and what embellishments I wanted to include. I was trying to figure out how I was going to get my whole cruise adventure into my album. It just was not going to fit.... and then, I heard Marge say she was going to use her album for her creative journey. I thought that was a great idea! Thanks Marge!! I decided to capture the classes, the learnings, the fun, the teachers, and my new crafting buds! I could not get all my new crafting buds in the album. I also wanted to capture the Art101 class I attended and watching a professional artist, Tim Yanke, in action.
I narrowed my pictures down to 40, to 25, to the 12 I printed, and finally to the 10 I put in the book. whew! That is one of the reasons it took me so long to get this post up.
I have a few more projects to finish. As I finish them, I'll post them. To see all the projects from the cruise, select the category Travel.
If you ever get (take) the opportunity to go on a crafting cruise, go!! It is sooooo much fun!!
Take care and STAY POSITIVE!