Tuesday, March 03, 2009

I wanted to show you the papers we'll be using this Saturday, March 7, for the latest in our Super-Saver Scrapbooking sessions. These double-sided papers by Kaiser, combined with six sheets of cardstock by Bazzill, letter stickers by Pink Paislee, and some other goodies like buttons, jewels, and ribbon, will be transformed into THREE double-page layouts in less than an hour and a half.

Your cost? Only the$9 materials fee. The class is free! Just be sure to bring the basic tools you use on any scrapbook page. We'll provide you with cutting guides and THREE simple sketches that can be used over and over!

The Super-Saver sessions have been an instant success, with over 50 people attending each of the December and January sessions, and over 60 people at the February session. For the March session this weekend, the 10 am session is full, and there are limited spots available at 11:30, 1, and 2:30. We'd love to have you join us! Just stop by or call 417-886-0440 to pre-pay the materials fee.

I'm loving these classes! I've already ordered the papers for the April and May sessions. We'll be using some of those gorgeous new papers by My Mind's Eye -- even the die-cut papers!

Retreat update:
We're knee-deep in preparations for our spring retreats, with the theme Polynesian Paradise! This theme is so much fun, both for decorations and for food. The March 20 weekend was sold out, but we've had one cancellation, and sadly, both of our friends who have died in the past few months were registered for that weekend. That now leaves us with three spots available in the March 20 weekend.

The March 13 weekend has 5-6 spots left. We know that some of you may be hesitant to sign up because of the economy, but we're always willing to work with you on payment plans, instead of a large lump sum. If that's what is holding you back, please give us a call and we'll see what we can do!

The date for the next Scrap-a-Palooza has been set for June 13 at Remington's. More info will be provided in our April/May newsletter, which I'm working on right now. On-line registration will only begin after our newsletter goes out. This time, we're more prepared and will have photos of the Scrapbook Generation classes on-line as well, so that you will be able to register for classes at the same time.

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