Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Life Is Pretty Ironic....

It is impossible to be the mother of three teenagers and not at times think "Life is Pretty Ironic"..... I made myself get up early and go exercise and sit here right now updating our blog, website and facebook eating a donut. I know pretty silly.

Our love of scrapbooking and paper crafting has similar ironic moments. The craft of what we do captures moments and family history but we get so busy making those moments sometimes our projects start to pile up. How many of us have a detailed completed book of baby #1 but baby #2 has less photos and an incomplete album? We are all in the same boat in regards to trying to catch up.

Give yourself a break and schedule some dedicated time to enjoy your love of crafting. There are different types of crops, take a look and see which one meets your personal needs.

PV Crop Nights, 5pm - 11pm $15 includes dinner and prize drawings
Sat/April 10th, Sat/April 17th, Fri/April 23rd, Fri/April 30th

Friends & Family Crop- Fri/April 16th 5pm - 11pm no fee & no dinner. PV will have the crop staffed to 11pm. So what is the catch? Everyone needs to spend $10 on product during the night. Although there is no fee up front you must call the store and pre-register.

Beeswax Altered Art Crop 5pm - 11pm, $20 includes dinner and prize drawings
Micheal Putman will be here Sat/April 17th to host a beeswax crop. He will set up the melted beeswax and provide hot irons for you to work on your altered art projects.

National Scrapbooking Crop 9am-9pm, $40 includes breakfast, dinner, scrapbooking project and prize drawings. Celebrate National Scrapbooking Day on Saturday May 1st with this 12-hour crop. Everyone will receive a PV Scrapbooking kit in addition to the chance to win product in the prize drawings. Space limited to 22 people.

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