Fossil Site & Museum Scrapbook Pages

Fossil Site & Museum Scrapbook Pages

On our Tennessee trip last month we found a Fossil Site and Museum very close to the hotel we were staying in.  We dropped by for about 2 hours to see what they had there.

Fossil Museum scarpbooking

They have a real fossil dig behind the museum that you can walk back to see, and then you can watch through windows into the labs where they are cleaning up the fossils and examining them.

Scrapbook pages

We were a bit dressed up for a fossil museum (wearing our Sunday best since we were heading straight to a funeral), but since we had the whole museum to ourselves it wasn’t too awkward.

Stampin' Up! ScrapbookingThis is a pretty basic layout that will work well for most any occasion.  Scrap Club members, please note that the little tools and bones pictured above were cut out from the museum flier, they are not embellishments I will be able to provide in class.  Sorry!  (Just in case you have fossil pictures you want to put on the page. . . )

I look forward to seeing Scrap Club members on Monday!

Have a great weekend!

Car & Carriage Caravan Scrapbook Pages

Car & Carriage Caravan Scrapbook Pages

On our whirlwind trip to Tennessee, in October, we stopped at Luray Caverns in Virginia.  What great caverns!  They are so large!

The tickets include entrance into The Car and Carriage Caravan Museum.  I’m afraid we were in a hurry to get home so we did not spend very long in the Museum, but we did walk through and I did manage to snap a few pictures.
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Hatching Day Scrapbook Layout

Hatching Day Scrapbook Layout

Some of you may remember the incubator and eggs we had here in the studio back in August/September.  It was so much fun to watch and wait, keeping track of the eggs and then seeing the chicks that hatched!

I made a scrapbook layout from hatching day!  Two of my boys woke really early that morning and took care of some baby chicks, moving them to the incubator before my husband or I was awake.  Continue reading

Go-Kart Scrapbook Pages

Go-Kart Scrapbook Pages

We all had fun riding go-karts this summer!  Some tracks were a bit scary for some, but overall is was a fun new adventure for the boys.  (Would you believe I had a go-kart growing up and rode it quite often through our field and the lane behind our house? Yes, I made lots and lots of mud pies too!)  What fun times!Continue reading

Water Park Scrapbook Page

Water Park Scrapbook Page

I have another scrapbook layout to share with you today.  This is another layout which we will be making in Scrap Club on Monday.

When we were in Gatlinburg this summer, the resort where we stayed had an indoor water park, Wild Bear Falls. Here is a layout using pictures from the water park.Continue reading

Titanic Museum Scrapbook Layout

Titanic Museum Scrapbook Layout

We visited the Titanic Museum while in Gatlinburg, TN this summer.  What a fun museum!  It kept the attention of both young and old and we all learned lots of facts.

My youngest (age 8) is a big Titanic fan, so of course I had to make a special Scrapbook Page for him!Continue reading

Sleepy in the Smokies

Sleepy in the Smokies

I’m backtracking a little bit today.  You may recall that last month I didn’t have pictures on my scrapbook pages due to the fact that they had not arrived in time.  It got to the point that I had to call the company and have them replaced because tracking showed them stuck in Harrisburg for a couple weeks.

I’ve finally had a little time to add pictures to one of the pages and I thought you might enjoy seeing it.

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September 2016 Scrap Club Layouts

September 2016 Scrap Club Layouts

Scrapbooking Club is sneaking up on us quickly this month!  I shared our first layout the other day, and now I have the second two layouts ready for you.  Unfortunately, these do not have pictures since I’m still waiting on my picture order to arrive in the mail.  Sorry!  I much prefer to share them with the pictures in place but . . . Continue reading