Loc: Monroe, Ohio
|Posted: 3/29/2013 11:13:08 AM|
I'm sure this has been discussed before so feel free to direct me to a previous thread but I am getting ready to leave for a week long camping trip next week and I want to do some scrapping while I am there. I have never attended a crop or anything and I've also never prepared page kits. I'm at a loss of what to pack and how. I tend to overpack and I would love to keep it all inside one tote. I was considering trying to organize 5-10 page kits and some basic inks/tools along with a handful of pictures.
Also, if anyone knows of any videos that deal with this topic please send them my way!
|Posted: 3/29/2013 11:45:31 AM|
I brought some scrap stuff with me on vacation last year. For tools, I brought my smallest trimmer, scissors, adhesive, distressing ink and journaling pen. I didn't bring kits, I just grabbed a handful of some of papers, my most used embellishments (buttons, bling, washi, letter stickers, 2 sets of thickers) and topped off the box with chipboard accents that might work. I put everything into one of those 12x12 boxes, except the trimmer & atg gun. I got quite a bit done since I didn't labor over all the options I have at home.
have a great trip!
likes shiny things
Loc: Ontario, Canada
|Posted: 3/29/2013 11:55:08 AM|
When packing my own stuff, I prefer to just grab small amounts of all my current favorites:
- a stack of paper + some basic cardstock
- fave letter stickers
- baggies with whatever my go-to embellishments are... brads, wood veneers, flair, die cuts etc.
- basic tools.
- folder with some labels, tabs, other flat stickers
I'm not very good at making my own page kits and sticking to them!