Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Look Where We've Been!

Our journeys have taken us South... way south to Houston, Texas. We experienced a bit of Southern hospitality and lots of cajun cooking.  Our friends at A Scrapbook Junkie, hosted our very own, Janelle Smith, for a weekend of gypsy classes, sneak peaks and gypsy inspired goodies. We hear the classes were action packed and everyone left with new ideas and lots of love for the gypsies. Check out some of the great projects from her classes designed by our fabulous artists.

The Gypsy Board Book:
This cute little album was created using our naked 4x4 Board Book, 97% Complete Stickers, Gaffer's tape, Photo Turns, and papers from our brand new Savannah collection!

Here we transformed one of the naked portfolios using family flashcards, chipboard tags, metal page edges, family ink rubbings, and our infamous book belt.

And finally, a mini book was bound into a cd holder and embellished with papers from our Nottinghill collection, ATC stickers, and ink travel rubbings. A clever little closure was created from ATC transparencies, textured rubbings and 6" elastic. Too fun!

Thanks again to all of you who joined us for a great weekend of classes!  We can't wait to see where our travels take us next. If you're interested in hosting a gypsy at your store email us for more information!


Michelle*G said...

Those are amazing projects! I so wish I lived closer...I'd love to take some 7Gypsies classes! Please, please, please come to the Northeast...or sell some kits to us poor, deprived New Englanders! :)

robamil said...

I love the projects!!! I am so glad that I signed up for GYPSY CARAVAN in November. I can't wait!!! Thanks for sharing the pics:)

iowapapergirl said...

Those are fabulous projects! I would love to take some of your classes.

jacki janse van rensburg said...

*sigh*. i may just have to move to USA, to be closer to you...

south africa is just a little too far. now, all i do is drool all over my laptop. fortunately, we have melani here, to feed our gypsey addiction!

Toni said...

oh my, theose projects are just gorgeous.
I was just wondering if it's possible to get the instructions? Living in country western australia there's no chance for me to get to any classes.