Sunday, October 24, 2010

CK Scrap & Play Review - Part 1 :)

I am so glad I came to CKSP! You paid $100.00 to get in and the amount of things they give you in the goodie bag alone was over that amount retail. The sponsors, especially Provo Craft, out did themselves. You get a tag with your name on that's was on a lanyard, so you could come and go in the room as you please. Once you found your spot at a table, you went back to get your goodie bag and part of your class project for the day.

The goodies came in a Little Yellow Bicycle tote. Here's what was in my bag: One Glue Dots DotnGo, Carolees Creations Stack Pack, 3 sheets of Bella Blvd Flirty paper, 3 sheets of Bella Blvd. Plastino paper, a pack of Bella Blvd. clear stamps by Stephanie Hunt, 1 Nikki Sivils Chirp Chat large die cut paper, 1 pack Fancy Pants Daily Grind rubons, 1 sheet Adorn It Spice It Up cardstock stickers, Adorn It Family Scallop stickers, an Adorn It idea catalog, a box of Heidi Swapp crimson chipboard lowercase set, a card for 50 free prints at Shutterfly, a pack of Prima Sprites flowers, the Sept. 2010 issue of CK mag, 2 Maya Road sheer 3 ring top tab albums, a small tin of Maya Road metal slides, a 4.5x6.5 DCWV Pocket Full of Posies matstack, a DCWV Glitter Sticker pack, a Imaginisce camera Snag'em stamp, a sheet of word stickers, Amuse Creatove Candy scallop clear stickers, a huge pack of phrase stickers, a pack of SEI Doodley-Doo girl cooster tags, one strip of Jenni Bowlin Black Label Strip Stickers, the Paper Loft Word Label stickers, a pack of American Crafts Dolce grey thickers, a pack of Memory Makers brown Puffy Alpha stickers, a 50% off coupon for use at, a 20% off coupon for, a sheet of white alpha stickers, the book by Creating Keepsakes called My Creative Companion 2, a gift giving idea sheet from CK, and last but not least, a Cricut cartridge. Mine was the alpha cartridge Jubilee!

The give-a-ways during the crop, which I didn't win any but they rocked, included several new Gypsys, eight Cricut Expressions that were used as demos at the crops, six Cuttlebugs that were used at the crops, Sakura gloss pen packs, various Cricut cartridges, a Cricut Cake machine, various Cricut Cake cartridges, DCWV matstacks, Thickers, Close to My Heart stamp sets and papers, Echo Park paper packs, a canvas that you can have a photo put on, a Xyron Croptopeia, a quilting pack, and too many other goodie bags and items to list here. They gave away tons of scrap items!

The candy bar was awesome and I think everyone made repeated visits to that wonderful place. My favorite were those huge maltballs. The candy table and all the crop tables all had really cute handmade flower decorations. I'll be posting photos on my blog of everything later so you'll be able to see them.

I'll do another post about the classes and Lisa's keynote address later. All I can say is you should have gone and if you couldn't make it, make sure you don't miss it next year!

I didn't get up and mingle much as we were too busy with our projects, but for those of you here, I was the woman who got up on Saturday and made all the animal noises. Yes, I'm a goofball, but when you grow up around animals, you kind of learn how to make all of those noises.  :)  I along with the friend of mine sat at a table in the front and scrapped with two other really nice women whose e-mails we got so we could keep in touch. Waving hi to Denise and Cindy if they read the blog. You were fun to hang out with this past weekend!

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