Store Crops and Events Pictures

Saturday, March 15, 2008


There are 2 classes coming up. I have finished layouts up in my store. Sign up soon to reserve your spot!

The first class is March 27th taught by Diane Davies and is Easter themed.

The next class is April 3rd taught by Kelly Shults. It will feature Dreamstreet paper designed by Kelly.

Monday, March 10, 2008

National Scrapbooking Day

National Scrapbooking day is just around the corner and I have a fun-filled weekend crop planned! There will be a 3 day crop. You will receive a free treat bag valued at over $40! All proceeds from this weekend will be donated to the Broken Arrow Neighbors.

Friday - May 2 - Chocolate Fountain (MMMM)
Saturday - May 3 - On-Site Masseuse
Sunday - May 4 - It's a surprise!!!

Cost - $40 for the WHOLE weekend

There are only 16 spots available so sign up and pay by April 15th to guarantee your spot!!

Broken Arrow Neighbors is an interfaith organization annually providing basic needs emergency assistance to more than 4,000 financially disadvantaged people in the Broken Arrow and Coweta areas.


Coming in April - I will be hosting my first blog contest. There will be PRIZES!! So stay tuned for more details.

Tell all your friends!

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Your Pictured Memories - Pull-Ez Ribbon Purse

Another great product that I carry. Maybe you have seen a girl at a crop with one of these or just saw a empty one in the store and thought what is that?! This is a "ribbon purse". It holds all your ribbon in one convenient, easy to see place. You will LOVE it and it's hard to pass up a truly innovative scrapbook product. I recommend when you first get yours to take a blowdryer on low/medium heat to warm it up to smooth out the sides. It tends to be a little crunched from shipping. Next step is take all the ribbon you can find and start putting it in the holes of the purse. You think you have a lot of ribbon? I challenge you to fill this up. It also has a nifty pocket in the lid for those small scraps, self-adhesives, or fancy felts. I have these for sale for $18.99.

Wednesday, March 5, 2008


The cropdile is a scrapbooking tool that now comes in 2 sizes. The handheld is really portable. And the Big bite is nice because it can go further into the center of your 12x12 page. What's so cool about it? It is a hole punch and eyelet setter in one. It's extremely easy to use. It has a guide so you can punch the holes the same width from the edge EVERY time! It punches holes with ease. It goes through paper, wood, and even metal. Below is a project made from coasters that were hole-punched with the cropadile. A regular hole punch hardly made a dent. The letters were cut from the cricut with a shadow cut for each one.

I have the cropadile for sale. Check the store!


A few pictures of the amazing grand opening!

Cricut Letters

This just another way to use the cricut! These words were made for a scrapbook room. The letters were cut at 5 1/2" They were put onto the wall with a flour/water paste. The flour/water paste is awesome because it won't ruin your walls. If you want to take down the letters you just have to use a wet washcloth. Mix all-purpose flour with water until you get a glue consistency. Apply the glue to the back of the letters and top of the letters with the glue and a damp washcloth. Don't worry the paste will dry clear with no residue!

Please let us see some of your own creations!

Easter Themed Class

I will be having my very first class in the new store this month.

The class will be taught by Diane Davies and feature an easter theme using ribbons and flowers.

DATE - Thursday, March 27
TIME - 7pm
COST - $14

Sign up and pay by March 22 - only 10 spots available.

email me or call the store to reserve your spot!

Monday, March 3, 2008

New Stuff...New Stuff...New Stuff

I am putting new stuff out on the shelves all the time. There is just TOO much to list.

The highlights are Kaisercraft - 7 gypsies - American Craft.

I'm very excited to have the Kaisercraft line. They are a company out of Australia that have some fun afforable items which include rub-ons, rhinestones, and more.

These lines include some really cool things. You'll have to stop by the store and check it out.

Grand Opening Weekend

The grand opening of the store was a success. The crops were full. There were also lots of drop-ins just to take a look. I received plenty of positive feedback. It seemed like everyone had a great time and tons of layouts were finished which is always the goal.


The website has a new look. Go check it out.

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