Ethnic Scrapbooking
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What is a CROP?

Spring is such a busy time of the year.  A time to put away those indoor winter projects and hit the outdoors and when you do so, don't forget to take your camera.  I'll help you sort and scrapbook those photos during those hot "dog days" of summer.


NEW On-line Places to Visit
Here are a few links that I'll be adding to my website, but I want to highlight them for you so you won't have to dig around for them in my sidebars.
Genealogy Resource - I participated in an African-American genealogy conference in April and I have a renewed interest in taking my research to the next level, I'm sure you'll find this site chock full of information.  Family Tree Maker Ethnic Toolkit
Interesting Bloggers:
REGINA - absolutely beautiful work
LAUREN - can't wait to take her classes at CKC in Valley Forge this summer.
ANGIE - new friend over at IScrap (see logo on my blog)
ANGELA - Co-Worker & Prayer Warrior
Creative Juices:
The ROOT - interesting creative outlet
New Crafting Hot Spot - surfer beware
HGTV Crafter of Color - My favorite celebrity!
Shop HERE - for handmade artwork
What is a CROP?
In the scrapbooking world a crop has nothing to do with corn or wheat.  A crop is an event where fellow scrapbookers get together and work on their memory albums.  Something like an old-fashion quilting bee, but mine usually involve some music, food and lots of laughter.  The goal is to have fellowship, share our latest product finds and inspire each other to death.
CLICK HERE for the latest events in Maryland that I will be attending
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Enjoy the warm weather and make an effort to connect to another culture by attending some festivals or other cultural events, be sure to e-mail me and I'll feature you on my blog

Lisa Sanford
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May 18,2008
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