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05/04/2016

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kelly

goodness i would love to either host or attend a crafty weekend like this. what a lovely group of women! i have hosted crafty evenings before where i had my guests prepare stationery kits that included about 6 or 8 cards to send with decorated envelopes and lots of bits and bobs included as well.
your bracelets look like so much fun; i think i may have raved like a crazy lady the first time you posted about the one you made. fantastic use of tim's goodness (his products, i mean!). anyway, thanks for sharing this peek into your wonderful weekend retreat!

Judyt28

Looks like you gals had a super fun time. If I had to bring some crafty thing I would bring some clear glass Christmas balls to be decorated with alcohol inks. A bit messy but fun to see the final result. Oh and a bunch of decorative ribbons to hang them with.

Brandi R

What a fun time! Looks like you all had an utter BLAST! I'd bring my alcohol inks, sticky backed aluminum sheets and some Tim Holtz charm fragments along with some of his vintage style DP to make some adorable charms. Great for adding to bookmarks and the like.

Andrea Shell

Wow, what a fabulous weekend! I bet coming home was hard to do. All of the projects looked amazing, too! If I got the chance to participate in a weekend like that, I would probably pack my Grandmother's wooden spools, some wire, lots of pretty papers and embellishments and make little photo holders.

Denise Bryant

Pushed the 'enter' by accident before I finished! I have some very special vintage buttons I am saving to make bracelets with! The buttons were my Mom's and I want to do some memorial pieces with them. Have been looking on Pinterest for inspiration, trying to decide how I want to use them. That would be the project I would share!

Denise Bryant

What a fabulous and creative, special weekend you had! Your bracelet project turned out beautifully!
I spy a fox die in that prize and I would LOVE it! Had a very special stuffed animal fox named Lopki when I was growing up! Still love foxes!

Nikki c

Wow looks like you had an amazing time I'd bring watercolors and h2o twinkling watercolors for everyone to play with and be able to create bg and colour flowers up with them

Ang

Wow, sounds like such a great time. I would probably bring a decoupage project. I love decorating items with all of my beautiful papers.
Thanks for sharing.
Ang

carly pool

I cant believe how much fun you all look like you had! I love the bracelets, I'm definitely in love with them but its because I metal stamp too. I would love to get together and have a group like this. I think If I did one of the first project I would bring is a wood jewelry box or picture frame so everyone could learn to wood burn. I think it is something everyone should learn. It makes great Christmas gifts and ornaments and its so versatile!

Flo

I love the bracelet a lot when I saw it on your blog earlier. That would be a great project. Thanks.

jenn shurkus

looks like a wicked fun weekend :) hmmm... what project would I bring? maybe we would make a set of birthday cards with a simple distress ink smooshing. We could play with all different color combos!! :)

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