Thursday, December 27, 2018

Ice Cream Social Crop


Location: 351 Bell Road, Montgomery, AL
Date: January 12, 2019
Time: 9 am to 5 pm

It is 2019 and our first crop will be so yummy with a little ice cream social!

Bring your projects, spread out and enjoy the FUN fellowship!

There will be a Crop Mystery Hostess! You will earn tickets before and during the crop. A name will be drawn at the end of the crop and that lucky person will be the Hostess!! Must attend crop to be eligible.

How to earn tickets:

One ticket for RSVPing
One ticket for on-time arrival
One ticket for every $25 you order

The featured paper collection for January is Something Fierce. If you wish to work on the Something Fierce (G1169 traditional/Z4502 deluxe) Workshop Your Way, scrapbooking or One Scoop At a Time (G1173) cardmaking, order soon!

Bring your favorite ice cream topping, vanilla ice cream will be provided.

Bring your projects, spread out and enjoy the FUN fellowship!

Crop ONLY fee is $20
Crop fee includes:
Space to spread out
Morning Snack - Donuts
Lunch - Hoppin' John (black eyed peas and rice) with cornbread. Crop recipe cards will be available for crop attendees
Coffee (Keurig cups available, have a specialty flavor bring it along)
Cream, sugar, and sugar substitute available
Bottled water
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CARD CLASS (separate from crop)

Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am - if you need to come later, let me know
Create TEN (10) Something Fierce inspired cards

Card Kit includes:
Pre-cut card kits Card bases and envelopes
Full pack of Glitter Gems Card Class

Fee: $20 FREE if you order the One Scoop At A Time Cardmaking Workshop Your Way (G1173 - $20.95 plus tax and shipping)

Cardmakers only may pay an additional $5 fee for lunch

Card Class Basic Supplies you need to bring:
Bone folder
favorite adhesive and refill (there will be adhesive to buy if needed
3D foam tape or equivalent
Versamat (optional)
All Purpose Mat (optional)

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