Sunday, October 19, 2008

Halloween Workshop

Hey everyone! It's time for our Halloween Craft Workshop and Mary Kay Cookies and Cocoa Show! There will be some prize give-aways, and some yummy cookies and cocoa to tempt your pallet. There are 3 different crafts to choose from and make. You can see pictures of them on the next post down.

Date: Friday, October 24th
Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Place: My house
Register by: Thursday, October 23rd

(you only need to register for the crafts, not for the Mary Kay show)
How: call or email me


Treat Jar $2.50
Treat Jar + candy corn $3.00

Pumpkin Carving Kit (empty) $6.00
Kit + small pumpkin scoop and knife $7.00
**Order this cute kit and I will give you some free pumpkin patterns to carve.

Stamped Fabric Trick or Treat Bag $6.00 for first bag ordered
$5.00 for each additional bag
Bag is a canvas tote 14" x 16" x 4"
Choose between black or purple for bottom of bag

Starting at about 7:00 pm, we will have a Mary Kay cosmetics display set up with some fun Christmas gift ideas, courtesy of Heidi Smith. Come and sample many of the Holiday products and almost every other Mary Kay product. There will be lots of sample gift sets that would make great gifts for friends, family, coworkers, baby sitters, neighbors, employees, spouses and anybody else on your list.

Even if you don't come for the crafts, you are welcome to come for the Open House!

Halloween Craft Workshop

Trick or Treat Bag

can be personalized and decorate as you like

bottom of bag can be black or purple or plain

Treat Jar

Treat Jar with candy

Pumpkin Carving Kit (Front)

Pumpkin carving kit (back)

Store your pumpkin carving tools in this cute container

so you will know where to find them each year.

Monday, October 6, 2008


You know you're a scrapbooker when...
(and by scrapbooking, I mean scrapbooking, cardmaking, or really any kind of paper crafting)

  • Your house is a mess because you've been scrapbooking all day.
  • You almost always have your camera with you (who knows when the perfect photo op will happen).
  • You check online galleries and blogs more often than you check the news.
  • You pull buttons off old or outgrown clothes just to use on a layout.
  • You save the ribbon off chocolate boxes, things sold in bundles, and gifts to use on your pages and cards.
  • You save the tags off of clothing just because it's cute, or your child's favorite cartoon character... who knows, you might be able to incorporate it into a page.
  • You change your child's outfit to match the paper you just bought... duh, so you'll have the perfect photo to go with the paper.
  • You wonder if you'll ever get caught up.
  • You are always looking for a new scrapbooking store, boutique, or convention.
  • You save movie ticket stubs, programs from plays, and the map from the zoo so you can scrap it.
  • You have tools your husband doesn't even know how to use.
  • The cashiers at your local scrapbook store know you by name.
  • Your cropping bag is the first thing you pack for vacation, which tends to make your husband/family wonder if your priorities are in the right order.
  • Midnight crop has nothing to do with produce (except maybe your snacks that you bring along... who am I kidding, chocolate and caffeine is all you need)!
  • You know what EP, CS, and DSP stand for.
  • You have the local scrapbooking store coupons sent to your email.
  • You know that "Scrapbookers don't lie. We embellish."