Sunday, August 29, 2010


I'm going to showcase some of the projects and teachers from CE on the blog over the next week. This year's event organised by Bazzill and Heidi Swapp has been awesome. We've been challenged, caught up with old friends and scrapped ourselves silly. Biggest challenge tonight - trying to squeeze stuff into bags that are already bulging and trying to calm the brain overload so I can get a good night's sleep before I head back to Australia.
The work showcased above was at the trunk show which introduces all the teachers to the attendees before the classes start. These photos showcase the work of Pam Black who has been teaching and working for Bazzill for a long time. Her work is amazing and her no nonsense approach to getting the job done was just the ticket. I'm often overwhelmed with the level of layers in this scrapbooking style but Pam's sense of colour and composition made the class easy. I couldn't wait to get the project back to my room to finish it - will post the pic of the finished desktop style album tomorow.
I love listening to the stories of ordinary people who teach and live the "creative" life where they actively seek out the beauty in everything. As we were told tonight: Scrapbookers see beauty in ordinary things - appreciate the gift. How true is this - cherish your gift and scrap something today - more on this great event tomorrow.

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