I am going to share some projects, products & people from Scrapfest this year.The picture below shows the make n take projects that I made & a couple prizes from my classes that I attended during Scrapfest.
Starting in the right hand corner is an envelope made at We R Memory Keepers booth. We used one of the Lucky 8 punches for the top fold. Added a Halloween tag & secured it with a metal flower & brad. Wrapped some twine around the envelope & flower to keep it closed. To the left is a flower made out of burlap with a button & twine in the middle. That was made at the Maya Road booth. The zipper dragonfly in the left hand corner was also made at Maya Road's booth. The Happy Birthday tag was made at Epiphany Crafts booth. The square epoxy embellishment was made with their tool.
On the left side of the picture shows a package of Bazzill templates for gems. This was a prize that I won at the Bazzill's Christmas Mini Album class. Next to that is a tag that I made at the Prima Booth, which is one of my favorite scrapbooking companies. To the right of the Prima tag is another tag with an envelope. This also has a canvas banner piece & some flower embellishments. This was made at the booth with Tattered Angels, Canvas Home Basics & 7 Gypsies. The 3D flower started out as layered tissue pieces that were punched with a scallop punch. They were then stapled together.You just pleat & scrunch each layer & play with it until you like what it looks like. We then sprayed it with Tattered Angels mist. This was my favorite make n take project. The card to the right of that project was made at the Fancy Pants booth. They showed us how to handcut banners. They had the strips of paper already cut for us. You have to eye up the middle of the strip & cut straight up. Then cut from the bottom corner to the top of the middle straight cut. Then cut from the other corner as well. I had not heard of making them that way. It was not to hard to do though. Then we added lace & a circle punched sentiment. Below the card is the Teresa Collins Xyron sticker maker & a Teresa Collins pencil. These were given to everyone that took her class. Fortunately, I did not own a Xyron before this.
Here are just a few things that I bought at Archivers during Scrapfest. One of the big Lucky 8 punches & one of the little lucky 8 punches. I used my 40% off coupon on the big punch. A 6x6 paper pad by My Mind's Eye, some pink Washi Tape & zipper trim from Maya Road so I can try different projects with it. I bought multiple colors of it. They have tutorials for different projects on Youtube using the zipper trim.
It was alot of fun but next year I think I will try out a Creating Keepsakes Convention & see what the difference is.
Have a Great Day!