I told DH earlier in the week that I really wanted to get a lot done on NSD. He was kinf of like-whatever!!! But I have a history of having great plans for crops and then just kind of spinning my wheels. I've tried a lot of things to be productive but sometimes you've got it going on and sometimes you don't. Well, yesterday I had it going on!
I didn't get to Dee's until probably 10:30 and the first thing I had to do was snatch up as many of the yummy Prima flowers as I could. Then it was time to get to work. I had hauled in most of my stuff on Friday so that meant I could get to work quickly. I pulled out BoBunny's Luv Shack papers and the photos from our trip up to Treasure Island over spring break and BAMB I had two LOs done in just a few hours.
Then my challenge was to do a five minute LO and use a challenge I had posted from my last virtual crop to use only two pieces of paper. I didn't really get it done in five minutes but it was QUICK and met the two sheets of paper criteria. I LOVE the Scenic Route strip papers to do quick easy LOs and this was part of the kit Dee used for the crop. It was Scenic Route's Garden Grove collection (and then I won the entire collection becuase I was the last scrapper cropping-at about 11:30 p.m. I told you I had it going on!)
Rebecca and I are both trying to use some of out Basic Grey collection so that's what I went to next. I had picked up some of the Lime Rickey collection and it's fun colors were a natural fit for some photos of the kids waiting in the back of the truck for me to get home so they could nail me with some water bombs. Then I pulled out some of those fun lollipop Primas and used them with BG Urban Prairie for some Esater pics.
Jenni had a super cute LO with some new Websters Pages so I then made my version of it with some photos that I hadn't planned to scrap but they worked great. Although I had to go and get some Prima caboodles to finish it up-I hadn't grabbed those on my morning rush through the store.
Then I wrapped up my day with a couple more BoBunny projects. Abbey Road and Luv Shack were the last two collections I used and I think they turned out super cute. I had great photos to work with and gosh, both LOs have lots of bling and flowers. Go figure!
Did I mention I had a great day-not just a productive one. What a great bunch of women-the creative juices were flowing and we just had FUN. No drama or pesky kids or hubbies-just a great day of scrapping fun!!!! Can't EVERYDAY be NSD?!?!