timer. I’m sharing her with you today as a reminder that TIME is running out for those of you who have been sitting on the fence about Library of Memories. Registration closes tomorrow — and I just really think you should go for it.
You will never have more time than you do right now … and now is definitely the time to take charge of your scrapbooking and decide to become both more authentic and more productive. Even with just a few hours a week you can begin to adapt this very flexible system to your life, photos and space … for all the time and money you’ve already invested in this great hobby of ours … you deserve this class. (ok, that’s pretty much the best sales pitch I can come up with!)
I picked up my new adorable friend at Paper Source in Georgetown this weekend.
I wasn’t able to find an exact link to her, but I have included links to two other goodies below. And might I just say what an amazing store — everyone was raving about it and now I know why.
I got me one of these riveted suitcases … in lime green (of course)
and this philosophy mug (just couldn’t resist)
Had a simply marvelous time at ScrapBowl — only wish I could have hung out with the other teachers a bit more — such a line up of talent. Thanks so much to Marirosa and Ashli, who did an excellent job pulling it all together (we even had a very cool "private" tour of the capital building.) — WOW.
I’ve heard from many that took my Finish Line class — this class takes a huge leap of faith and turns it into a finished album and I was able to teach it five times (to over 150 students) I’ve heard from many of you and want you all to know how totally proud I am that you hung in there and pushed past some serious obstacles … Thank YOU for your trust.
and one last Thank YOU to Scenic Route Paper — man I love this stuff. We used the Loveland line this weekend — it is just so "useable" and they have been so generous in their support. You can see the whole line here.
ok, back to bed for sickie me!