Have you ever paper crafted in a group? Did you find that your creativity just flows so much more easily?
Yeah, me too.
I really don’t remember when I figured it out, but it was definitely a breakthrough moment. And now, whenever I have a choice, I find a crafty friend and hit my stash.
Our sister publication Creating Keepsakes magazine recently added three new CKU events for this year – one in San Jose, CA (September), one in Dallas/Ft. Worth (October) and one in Stamford, CT (November) and I hear they’re better than ever. They’re value-priced ($295 for three days of paper nirvana), have both album tracks and core classes, plus this year they’re offering a la carte classes if you don’t want to commit to the entire 3-day event.
This Core Class really got my attention:
And one a la carte class in particular got me thinking that I could definitely start scrapbooking if there were no rules:
Have you ever attended a Creating Keepsakes event? If you have, where was it? And what was your favorite thing about attending?
If you haven’t yet attended, what gets in your way? And what kind of class would be too tough to pass up?
Consider attending one of these events and see how much you have to gain from the power of a friendly crowd – and a paper crafting party crowd at that!