This was really a wonderful learning experience. In general, I thought I was really well prepared for being able to scrap while I was on vacation.
Other than the few things I forgot (mentioned in post 5) I had a good assortment of products. The inks/chalks/pens, etc., that I brought offered plenty of choices. I would have packed a bit more background paper.
Returning everything to its proper place in my studio was really quite easy. I actually left the products I had chosen, and the pictures I had printed, together in the Project Planner Pages so when I have time to finish up they’re still together. In fact, now that I’m thinking about it, I may just pull that Spinder off my ScrapRack, toss it into a TravelPack, and take it with me down to Bend this weekend. Maybe I’ll be able to finish up when I’m there.
Here are a few pictures from the trip. We really had a wonderful time. There were so many fun things to do and the scenery was BEAUTIFUL!
If I was going to do it over again, the only thing I would change is my expectation of what I thought I could get done.
Thanks so much for following along!!
I was able to read this just now and once again I am inspired. I am really looking forward to using my travel pack on vacations and not just to crops. Thanks for all the helpful tips.