Monday, March 10, 2008

A weekend away..........

We all headed out to Stolen Moments, a new scrapbook retreat. The hardest part was what to pack, what to work on and what if I forgot something....because I promised not to go to the store the whole weekend. Several ladies at the Friday night crop were getting a real kick out of me trying to pack the whole store in my crop bags, one even said she would be surprised if I was able to get anything done. See they know me to well, I am usually to busy helping other people and talking to much to get anything done. Well ladies I actually finished 5 projects, a canvas, a large monogram letter in Ten Second Studio metal, a 13 page baby album for my new nephew, a mini album using the new Zach's Life and the cutest layered chipboard book of the Dallas Arboretum. I will post pictures later.

This was the best weekend, Susie has the cutest and most comfortable inn. Only a scrapbooker can cater to the needs of other scrapbookers. She has thought of everything, I love the special touch of all the scrapbook pages framed on the walls and little altered art all over the place. What I love the most is it is perfect for 1 group of 12, and of course we had a great group of girls, we laughed, we ate and we scrapped to 5am every night. We were already planning our next weekend, I cannot wait.















5 comments:

Brook said...

We had a blast! Everyone should go to the Stolen Moments Inn for a retreat! But....did you have to post so many attractive pictures of me?

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

It was a fun time. I got quite a bit done too, but it was just fun to relax with friends. Susie's Inn rocks :D

Dee Dee said...

I'm so happy you all hada good time. I expect lots of pictures. :)

Stacie said...

It was FABULOUS!!! I can't wait to go again!!! Let us know when another one is planned!! ;0)

sherri (Tied Up In Ribbons) said...

several design team members were at the weekend retreat, so be sure to check out the designer's blog for some pics. Others will probably be on the forum