Saturday, November 22, 2008

Sassy Scrappers

Today I attended the Open House for the Sassy Scrappers MeetUp group in Lafayette (LA) with my long-time friend, Tanya.

She was working hard:

And I was hardly working:

J/K. The final piece is a secret so I can't post that picture (I know you're so disappointed).

This was a great opportunity to enjoy the company of some wonderful ladies while creating on such a beautiful Saturday. I plan on attending many more meetups as I learn what scrapbooking is all about. Anyone in the surrounding areas who loves to scrapbook or create altered journals should check it out and JOIN US FOR SOME FUN-FILLED meetups.

Its amazing how much work we accomplished. I thought I had brought too much stuff (okay I had) but I could have brought more because this meetup was SO PRODUCTIVE.

Find out more about this group at . I hope to see you at the next one!


jess said...

I wish I was into scrapping. All I need is one more hobby. LOL
Sometimes I roam the scrapbooking aisles at Hobby Lobby just for fun. My husband might run me off if I get involved in one more thing that's gonna cost him money. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Such a little teaser.
Lemme guess, for the Lake Charles party, right~Right...RR

Mindy Blanchard said...


I agree. Scrapbooking seems expensive - all that paper - thats why I do the altered journals - I already have the paint lol (i'm cheap) but yeah too many hobbies and I'm about to run myself off. If I don't stop buying stuff - I can't even find it when I need it!! I may have to get a third job to support my hobby habits!

RR - "Are you talking to me?" I don't know what you are talking about...what's lake charles. what party (shrug) lol you'll have to wait and seeeeee


tbaker79 said...

i had a great time hanging out with you again. i am really digging your altered know the door/table idea i told you about?..well you could do the same thing you do to the journals to your table top and then put a clear coat over it. just an idea. it can be an inspiration table.

Mindy Blanchard said...


that is a fantastic idea. I'll have to start "collecting" stuff now for the project. lol