Workshops, Classes, Events


Wednesday, April 11th - Card Hostess Club -
New Session Starting! Make three cards for free, with a commitment to purchase $25 + S&T each month. Take turns "hosting" to earn the rewards - a minimum of $25 in free product. Message me ASAP if you would like to join, I have one spot left.

Sunday, April 22nd - 1:00 - 4:00 pm Masculine Card Workshop - $25 You will be making 10 cards, 2 each of 5 different designs. Register by April 13th.

Saturday, May 5th - National Scrapbooking Day Crop - 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Melvern Square Community Hall, Bridge Street, Melvern Square. Come celebrate NSD and my birthday as we spend the day crafting together. I am trying a new location this year - the lighting is great and they have a huge kitchen we can use. The hall is slightly smaller so I will only be able to accomodate 25-30 people, so register early. Lunch is included as well as some awesome door prizes and of course, there's the games we love to play! I have a separate room booked for the ticket auction with the proceeds going to Operation Smile. $35 to register, paid registration holds your spot.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Layout # 5 2012 Layout Challenge

After being sick for over a week now, I am finally starting to feel like my old self and getting down to business!  I am such a slacker lately with my blog, despite my best efforts, it just seems like there is too much to do and not enough hours in the day lately. 

I attended a scrapbooking/cardmaking crop in Windsor, NS on the 24th/25th of March that was organized by My Stamping Studio.  We had a fantastic time and came home with so much free product - Kelly is just soooo generous! I managed to get a few layouts done, so I will be posting those once I put some finishing touches on them.  For now, this is one that I did over two months ago now and forgot to post! 

This picture doesn't do the colours any justice but the yellows and the corals and pinks look so pretty and match the flowers so well.  We have an annual dahlia show in my community and at the end of the show, they bunch up the blossoms and sell the bouquets.  I got the very last one (only paid $5!!) and they were gorgeous.  One blossom was so large, I put it in it's own vase on my windowsill in the kitchen.  Base paper is from Basic Gray, cardstock from my stash, chipboard thickers painted yellow, Zig journaling pen.