Thursday, September 15, 2016

What's in a Crop

The verb to crop is what you do to your photos, when you adjust their size to get only what you want.   The noun crop is what I call a day full of scrapbooking. 

My Saturday crops are just time to bring your own stuff and work on your scrapbooks or other paper crafting projects. I have nice space for 10 ladies to work.  You are welcome from 9am until 9pm or anytime in between.  Lunch and drinks are provided and you may bring a snack for sharing, but it’s not required.  At my house, you have access to an Expressions Cricut and all the CTMH cartridges, as well as a large selection of stamps and inks, Wi-Fi service and a color printer. I stock and sell single sheets of cardstock for $.50 each.  It’s also a great opportunity to check out an item you might be considering—chances are I have one!

This is a perfect day to complete a Workshop your Way kit.  It’s very easy to complete the entire kit during a crop day and walk away with 3 completed double layouts.

I do charge $5 for the crops, or it’s free if you order $10 or more.


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