Who are Bristol Scrappers?

Bristol Scrappers were established in 2004 originally meeting at kitchen tables until the move to Backwell Parish Hall, which is about 8 miles from Bristol on the A370. We meet on the 1st Saturday of each month. We are a small friendly group of various different talents, some scrapbook, some art journal, some like altered art, and some like to crochet and sew. New members are always welcome, please contact us using the form below for any further information.

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

And the Winner is .......

At our last crop before Christmas, Katrina set us all a challenge of decorating baubles, she'd rescued a whole bag which a neighbor was throwing out in the rubbish.  There were lots of lovely ones made and some great techniques used and Amy was the winner.

Amy with her winning Christmas Pudding bauble - well done Amy

Emma also came along to the crop with her Stampin Up and shop goodies, we had a lovely class making this tree hanging, it was lots of folding and gluing! 


Saturday, 26 October 2013

A parliament of owls!!

I thought you might like to see the finished classroom sign and the collection of owls for the classroom noticeboards, took me another 2 days but they have flown off to their new home now accompanied this week by a couple of frogs too!! Don't ask!

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

Happy Birthday Carroll

Our last crop turned out to be Carroll's Birthday, here's a photo of her with her special birthday hat made by Amelia.

Some photo's of what we all got up to this month...

Amelia with her finished page.

Some of Emm's finished pages in her album.

Amelia with her finished Owl hanging, helped by Katrina.

One of Amy's layouts.

Rosie's lovely card.

Amy's pages for her mini album of her baby.

Amelia busy making.

Some more of Emm's layouts.

Rosie, busy with her cards.

Katrina making a class room sign for her sister's school.

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Saturday Roundup

We were a select few this month, some of us were busy with children or off on holidays.  Those of us there were very productive though.  Amy beat her page record and finished 9 layouts during the day, Carroll was busy with her Gelli Plate and made loads of backgrounds and tags.

We also had our youngest member Amelia with us, here she is displaying her lovely layout.

Amelia with her page
Amelia's table!!!!

 This is Emm's finished page

Carroll had a lovely time getting messy with the Gelli, and ended up with loads of lovely background papers.

This is one of my pages, I used some molding paste and paint for the background, the second technique on the black card is using rubbing alcohol, I have put more on my blog pawprintsonmyart.blogspot.co.uk

Rosie finished this lovely wedding card which is off to America.

Amy's record 9 layouts in one day!

And finally Amelia showing us how it's done and what fun painted hands can be!

 See you all in October.