Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Club Scrap Retreat project 3: Safari scrapbook

Today sharing with you this wonderful Safari scrapbook paper
we received as a gift on the Club Scrap Retreat.
and if you happen to like it too, you can find it here:

On the first evening, we were asked to dress up in animal
prints for dinner. It was so much fun to look at each other!
Everyone made an effort to look good.

While at dinner and after a welcome by Tricia, we were shown
a very great and creative video and it ended in
allof us receiving a bag ful of this wonderful
Safari papers.
 The staff came around with a pile of bags and giving
everyone their own stack of papers.
We all were thrilled and could see already
see our pictures of this evening on this paper.
So after dinner we really needed to make eve more
pictures of all of us together.
So here are my pages of this evening
of the Club Scrap Retreat all finished.

I am happy toown some Serengeti stamps
that go perfect with this kit.
Feel free to clcik on the pages
to see a larger version of it.
I added some of the retreat memorablia on my pages.
 I have cut up the menu for decorating these pages.

Also I added some of the ATC's I received in the swap 
we had before going to dinner.A way to get to know
some more people.

Now I did not use up all the papers for retreat pages,
because I want to keep some to use for some future
scrapbooking of my grandson, when I have taken him
to the zoo when he is a little older.

Here you see all the other pages, that I could make 
with the paper we have received.
 The ALSB (assembly line) scrapbooking that Club Scrap
 has introduced. A way to use your package of 
paper to the fullest. I love to scrap this way.
 For more information about ALSB,take a look here:
To see more projets you might want to pay
avisit to the Club Scrap Create Blog.

Thank you for looking,
I hope you are inspired!
Have a creative day!

1 comment:

Kay Williamson said...

So great Hetty! Love all your layouts! Fun that the Safari paper is so great this retreat as well as it will be for your grandsons zoo visits in the future!