So during Canada Day weekend we took an 8 hour drive out to the Humber Valley Resort with a friend of ours. Best part of the 8 hour drive-M sat in the front with our friendly driver & I sat in the back and scrapbooked.
Yep, you read that right. I scrapbooked. I packed a little kit before leaving with a few key elements and thought I would share my packing strategy and show you what I worked on.
So here's my little case-filled with some stamps and a glass block, some washi tape, a few bottles of mist, some little embellishments, the usual tools like scissors, ink pads tape and dots, a little punch. I also brought along my bag of scraps.
You can see the little album that I worked on sitting on my knee to the right. I knew my 'workspace' would be limited so I brought along something small to work on. I ended up taking out most of the supplies and laying them on the car seat beside me-
Of course, it got much messier than that-and I used the clear bin as my 'workspace'.And I was very productive too. Have you ever worked on something in the car or on a place or train?! How did you pack?! I'd def do it again.
This album still isn't finished- it's an ongoing project but here's what I managed to do in a few hours on the trip...
You'll notice that it's simple with lots of repeating elements. I've been using a lot of the same embellishments and letters to keep it simple and cohesive even though I'm working on it over a period of time. Lots of little pics and stories of Eugene's adventures in his puppy days.
What are you working on? What's on your table right now?!