Tuesday, July 12, 2011

NEW CLASS: " The Journey " Boxed Album Class

"The JOURNEY" Boxed Album Class

Friday, July 29th
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Teacher: Nicole Lysse
Cost: $55

We are going to tear, rip, and scrunch our way through this project. Create a very unique completely distressed 6x6 mini album. Add a little metal, charms and some good old distress ink for a weathered look. We will be using 7 Gypsies papers & Tim Holtz embellishments. We will also alter a box for the album to store in. With the lid as a pocket you will have plenty of room for additional tags and books. So come join Nicole and create a 6x6 mini album, storage box, flip journal book, tag. Sample on display at the store, don't hesitate call and reserve you're spot today.
Supplies Needed: Paper trimmer * Walnut Stain Distress Ink * Needle Nose Pliers * Scissors * Strong Adhesive for chipboard ( I used Scor-Tape) * Liquid Adhesive ( Helmar's 450) * Paper Piercer *

Thursday, July 7, 2011

August 13th, 2011: Safari Crop

Remember When is your passport to adventure. Join our expedition in August at our Safari Crop. All of you courageous explorers joining us in the wild kingdom will receive a swag bag from RW, a beastly lunch, wild games & prizes, make & takes, 10% off all regularly priced merchandise.

When: Saturday, August 13th from 8 am – midnight
How much: $35 Prepaid
Add on the Friday before for only $10 Prepaid ($5 savings!)
How to sign up: Stop by or call the store at 661-254-7802

This Crop Includes:
• Lunch
• Games & Prizes
• Make & Take
• Swag Bag
• 10% off all regularly priced merchandise
• Late night snack

Note: All cancellations must be made at least 7 days in advance to receive a refund in the form of store credit. Cancellations less than 7 days in advance will not receive a store credit unless a replacement can be found from the waiting list. We do our best to accomodate everyone, however, we do have four six foot tables and due to seating arrangements, you may have the opportunity to get a little closer with your friends. We appreciate you understanding!

Friday, July 1, 2011

Just A thought :)

Have you taken a class lately?
Did you complete the project?
I'm talking complete with pictures and journaling. Classes are great and there inspiration for future projects. But how many of us take a class and don't complete the project let alone get pictures in them. I'm guilty of both. I will be attending a scrapping retreat in September, and my goal is to finish all of my "unfinished" classes/projects.
Cropping at the store or going on a retreat is a great opportunity to complete these projects. A great advantage, you don't have to bring all of you're supplies, just you're basic tools, all of you're projects should have everything you need in the kit.
So pack light with these hot summer days, get cropping and finish you're projects. Jackie Cleveland sent me pictures of a class project she took of mine. I want to share them with you because she completed the book with journaling & pictures. I think it looks awesome and it is ready to be enjoyed by all who sees it.