This week at Club Scrap’s PSL, we were challenged to use fibers on all layouts and cards. Here are more of my layouts covering the October trip to Wisconsin. I enjoy doing these particular layouts so much because it brings back all the fond memories of our time in Neenah and Door County.
This was the night of our Gatsby Gala. My adventurous sister chose to attend in Gatsby era costume. I was a chicken and a stick in the mud. But I got some good photos out of it.
This is the night of our Big Fat Greek Jammie Party where we all wore our jammies, had a Greek feast and celebrated all things Big, Fat and Greek. There was an impromptu sing-a-long of Boom De Ya Da…..
Just a few photos of Chrissie and me with our various class instructors.
A beautiful Wisconsin morning at the Olde Quarry Park on Bayshore Drive on Lake Michigan at the mouth of Sturgeon Bay. Much of the fieldstone used to accent the homes and gardens of Door County is filled with the fossilized remains from tropical seas and has the distinction of building Chicago — twice. Many Chicago foundations and buildings were constructed from stone quarried here. After the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, quarried rock was again shipped south the rebuild the city.
Layout about the seven lighthouses we saw during our road trip in Door County. Looking forward to our next challenge tomorrow morning. What will it be?