The crop was held at Marshall school, which overlooked Lake Superior with these gorgeous floor to ceiling windows! The space was bright and cheery, and it was a sea of pink decorated tables!
There were tons of silent auction items up for bid, such as this Ali Edwards canvas. It is the one pictured in her book titled, "Life Artist"! SO COOL!
Cool pink nesting suitcases up for bid!
Scrappers, hard at work in the gorgeous, bright light of a sunny Saturday!
Okay, I usually don't take photos of bathrooms, but this one was ALL TRICKED OUT IN PINK! LOOK AT THE PINK TULLE HERE!
COOLEST TEE SHIRTS EVAH! I was gifted one of these and I ABSOLUTELY ADORE IT!
Pink raffle tickets, which I stole. Not to win the raffle, of course...to use on cards! DUH! Okay, I didn't steal them, I asked permission before I dived in. Thanks, Alane!
Heather Nichols (Pinefeather) of Papertrey/Pinefeather Press fame, teaching a class with her own stamp line! Look at these studious girlies, all dressed in pink!
Here's Heather showing how to put her envelope book together.
Pine's project was so festive & Christmassy! And we used Pinewhite ink and kraft paper, of course!
Thanks again Alane, for a wonderful weekend, and for all of your hard work for such a worthy cause!