Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Well, I have to say my trip to Oklahoma has been a great experience....I was able to do a lot of things I needed AND wanted to do...it has been a great mix.  I also got to get a lot of scrapping done.  That was because of the Creative Keepsakes Convention that was in Tulsa.  The girls and I spent Friday & Saturday playing with new products, meeting old friends, SHOPPING!!, volunteering, taking classes, and 2 nights of cropping!  I won several prizes and completed a mini album!
     I am on my son's computer, so I don't have pics on here. But I'll briefly (lol) tell you about some of my favs:
  • Embellish It!  Shelby & Steve are the 2 nicest people.I worked in the booth with them for a while on both days.  They were the only ones to have the newest Basic Grey and Simple Stories papers. And she makes some awesome layout kits.Show price was only $10 and $12 online...they are creative and  pretty. Not just some die cuts and photo mats (you know the ones I mean!)  Check them out by clicking their name in the title.
  • PK Glitz:  Awesome products!  They have the double sided adhesive sheets that you can cut in your cricut, Pazzle, Cuttlebug, etc. And it is heat resistant, so you can sprinkle it with embossing powder. They carry the glitter embossing powder, it's glittery but not all over your page!  DREAMY!!
   I have only a few days left here, so I can't spend them on the computer. Things on my list to still do...visit my friend Laurie, swim with grandsons, spend time with my cousin Pam, tackle another stack in DD's old room (I hate cleaning, but I had dirty worse!!), and hopefully get to scrap with my fabulous page kits I bought from Embellish It!  As much as I love getting away, I equally love going home to Stevie and being with him.  Lots to look forward to. 
   So for now I am Dreamin' of fun...you keep Dreamin' too

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