I cannot believe I found Sistine Chapel paper! When I scrap my photos of the St George, the huge Catholic church I attended growing up, I can use this paper because this is what was on those immense ceilings. Too cool.
And I can use this diecut for the train trip Gary and I want on before we were married, for my "About Us" album.
And is this not beautiful paper four our trip to the beach?
I need help, because I want to get everything on this site. It's www.scrapyourtrip.com, but it's way more than travel. There are weddings and romance, school, every known sport, and, get this, war... like map paper from the Iraqui war and vellum soldier's prayer. Stuff from the Gulf war, Vietnam, WWII.
I've never see such a huge assortment of supplies on one site. Plus if you sign up as an email friend, they'll send you a 20% off coupon. Orders over $59 ship free. I have no association with this site, except I signed up for the 20%. I just had to share this. They also are on Facebook, and you can be a fan.
Coincidentally, I got a Google allert this morning that they are merging with Whichbox.com. I cheked this out. It's quite interesting. A new concept that combines photos online with Utube, blogs, recipes, and the like, into one creative place. There is a childrens box for parents to write and share tips. Of course, there's a craft diva box, which is what I'm interested in. I'm looking it over and studying all the things it does. So stay tuned.