This week’s challenge in the Club Scrap PSL Summer Camp is to use rubber stamps on your layouts. Here is what I accomplished this week:
This first layout is about my trip to Danville with Farley from the Pocket Area to scrap with our West Coast Scrap friends. It was our first time at a House Crop and we enjoyed the comraderie, walking, delicious food and inspiration.
These layouts are both from our April trip to Cambria. The one on the left shows many of the details we saw during our tour of Hearst Castle. The one on the right illustrates our visit to Eberle Winery in Paso Robles.
This one covers our unusual lunch at the Warehouse Café in Port Costa. That was a wonderful Funday that Roy and I won’t soon forget.
These last two cover our recent trip to Sonoma on a Funday. We attempted once again to visit the Mission but were thwarted in seeing the interior as it is closed on Mondays (due to budget cutbacks, of course). I suppose I am destined never to view the inside of that, the 21st and last Mission. While in Sonoma, we had a pleasant al fresco lunch in front of the Sonoma Cheese Factory.
I’m wondering how Club Scrap will challenge us next week. All layouts completed with Club Scrap supplies. Kits used include Birds of a Feather, Adobe, Sonoma, Arts N Crafts, Private Eye and Chapter One. Thanks for looking.