Man- I've never really had to pack for a crop before as all my stuff was always boxed up and in my closet. I usually ended up with my travel bag, an egg crate full of paper and one or two stamp boxes. This time I have a still has quite a bit of room in it travel bag and a small container of stamps and I still feel like I grabbed too much paper. I want to be overprepared, yet not crazy.
During the week I drew out about 20 sketches of card ideas and made a general list of things I could work on. From then I just grabbed papers that I thought would fit this or that card. Did the same for stickers/embellishments and stamps.
I'm so looking forward tomorrow night. I haven't been to a live crop in ages... probably before Thanksgiving last. I have high hopes to get like a bazillion cards done. Some will be similiar in nature because I need to make Confirmation cards for hubby's kids, thank yous for Caleb's birthday, etc.
How many of the 20ish (I think it's slightly over) designs do you think I'll make? How many cards total done? It's a 6pm-midnight crop and we usually get there at 5:30 so we can eat right away and then get to work. (It's a friend and I going)
And while we're at it- and I'm feeling self-conscious just posting that yay, I may actually have something to post and show after tomorrow- what do you pack when going to a crop? Do you plan out specifically what you need (basically starting the project at home) or do you just grab what suits your mood and let your creativity get to ya?