Sunday, February 22, 2009

Sunday Night News!

Hello Scrappy Blog Readers!
It's Sunday Night... my usual sit down and blog night! How have you been doing? The weather man says we have a storm coming to New Brunswick. It's 1020pm here and I haven't seen a snowflake yet! Just patiently waiting ... They are announcing close to 25cm of snow. that's about a foot of the white fluffy stuff so quite an accumulation.

On a scrappy note - I was featured in the 2 peas in a bucket newsletter this week! YUP YUP! So exciting ... i got one of these pieces of flair on my profile too. Kind of exciting for sure!!! I got most votes for my recent layout " All Bundled Up " in my previous post!

I also got an email today from Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine requesting a layout to be published in the Summer 2009 Issue! YOUPEEEEEEEEE!!!! I can't wait to see this layout in print ... i am very excited!

We announced a new DT Call at Creative Scrappers in case you are interested in sending in your application! It's due March 15th .. you can click here to get more info.

I have a date for our next crop local ladies! Yes... Come Celebrate National Scrapbook Day on Saturday May 2nd from 9-9 at St. James the Less Church! Registration will be posted in the online store tomorrow morning if you wish to register! It is a first come first scrapper basis!!!
We will have Vendors with us such as Scrapbooking Gone Wild, Stampin Up with Kim, My Little Bit of Whimsy and Creative Scrappers. Looking forward to an exciting day!!!

I do have a recent layout to share with you. It's Eddie of course. This is using the new Basic Grey Marakesh Papers and lots of distressing which I am loving lately!


That's your Sunday news... make sure you come see Creative Scrappers tomorrow night since we have a reveal for our { 1 picture, Many Pages Contest! } We have over 20 layouts to share with you using the same photo!!!
Talk soon

2 comments:

  1. Congrats...you're on a roll!!

    -Sarah

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  2. Awwwww I love that layout of Eddie!!!! What a cutie!

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