First off, this is for all of you:
Thanks so much for the wonderful birthday greetings and love for the stitched tag tutorial – it’s ones of my faves now and I know I’ll be using that technique a lot. And it was so nice to get happy messages in my comments all day! Also, Lawn Fawn stamps and Sakura pens? Perfect pairing!
Second, let’s talk about Sunday and the first 2012 Yearlong Album Class at The Paperie!
(As an aside, I believe – but I could be wrong – there are a few slightly modified Yearlong Album kits if you want to join in but can’t make the time commitment or live too far away or just want the paper and album to play with! Just contact Meghan at The Paperie if you’re interested and we’ll see what we can do.)
We were an almost full house – 20 people are registered for the 11 classes and 18 were able to make it on Sunday. It was a tight fit but we all got cozy with each other – I know some new friends were made pretty quickly in those close quarters!
We got a lot done – the cover page,
the January spread,
and the February spread.
It was fun and productive though I’m sure for a couple of the newbies it was a bit overwhelming – these classes can get loud and they’re pretty fast paced! Everyone got through it though, and we got a start on all of the calendar pages too – I call that a successful class!
Finally, I got a couple of surprise birthday cakes near the end – my friend Lori and my mom both had the same idea and brought in the chocolate, which was definitely well received by all!
I hope you all have a wonderful Leap Day!
Jealous. Should have signed up in November when we were discussing it at the retreat. Boo for me.
lori s said:
It was an awesome class…can’t wait until the next one! Glad u liked the cakes! That’s some nice pic of you….who took that? :p
Your blog is much too enticing for me, I want to come be a part of your scrapbook fan club, but alas, other things dictate, so I can’t. But I feel the pull of your blog. Sigh!
I shall resist…for now!
Love what we’ve done so far in the class and can’t wait to see what’s coming up!