Scrapbook Conventions

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  1. C.Ann

    C.Ann <font color=green>We'll remember when...<br><font

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    Anyone have a list of upcoming scrapbook conventions that are open to the public?

    Thanks! :flower:
     
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  3. sandibeck

    sandibeck Mouseketeer

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    Here are a couple of sites that might help you in finding a convention.
    www.dreameventsinc.com (a friend of mine has attended a couple of their events and was very impressed)
    www.creatingkeepsakes.com (on the left there's a link to 'conventions')

    Hope these help you!! ::MinnieMo
     
  4. DMRick

    DMRick I prefer to be tagless!

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    I just got back from one in PA with about 150 people. I'm now digital scrapping..I like it a lot. They pulled me in kicking and screaming LOL. I mainly went because it was a computer crafting convention for years..this is the first time it was both. I did some traiditional scrapping too, but the digital is awesome! My daughter holds traditional scrapping (Creative Memories) workshops often. I think they are $10. I'm sure if you contact Creative Memories, they'll give you some local people who run workshops, or I can get a name or two of someone closer. Or you can hold a "party" and earn stuff for having one in your home.

    Right near you (I learned at the convention), near the highschool and Adam's heating, is a scrapping store, and they have make it take it's several times a week. The gal at the show told me about them this weekend said they are just a few dollars. I didn't even know they were there, and I'll be going to some right after I get back from Disney.
     
  5. C.Ann

    C.Ann <font color=green>We'll remember when...<br><font

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    Thanks for the replies! I've been scrapping up a storm lately and just wanted to get some ideas - see what types of layouts others are using and that sort of thing..

    I've got two books done already - 3 and 4 started.. I may just have to drag all this junk to Florida with me!! LOL :flower:

    There's lots of really great ideas on the internet, but I don't have a printer up here to print out any of the info or ideas..
     
  6. DMRick

    DMRick I prefer to be tagless!

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    There are also lots of Yahoo forums where people "show" there stuff to get ideas from.

    HP was at the convention, and they also have a lot of ideas:

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/acCategory?dlc=en&lc=en&cc=us&cat=35960

    This is a great site, and even though it's digital, you can get a lot of ideas:
    http://scrapbooking.com/

    Just put scrapbooking in a google search, and you'll never have time to go to bed again. They have lots of traditional and digital places that will show up, with tons of ideas.

    ETA: Another great place I have:
    http://scrapbooking.about.com/od/layouts/
     
  7. C.Ann

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    Yup! I've already spent several VERY late nights browsing the sites I came across via a Google search.. The worst was the night I was up till 4 a.m.. :earseek:

    I found a really nice Scrapbook store in Gloversville last week.. A little pricey, but they had just the item I needed and were having a 15% off sale..

    Next year I'll be sure to buy tons of supplies down home before I come up here so I don't have to fork over an arm and a leg.. LOL :teeth:
     
  8. Fire14

    Fire14 Spartan Living in land of Buckeyes.

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    I know around these parts a lot of scrapbook stores have weekly workshops. I love going to creative memories workshops and you can locate consultants but going to their website and typing in zip code of area you want under locate a consultant.


    A great internet group is disneyscrapers on yahoo groups.
     
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    Thanks!

    I was looking more for the type of conventions where there would be suppliers selling their goods.. I have a friend in Connecticut that has been sending me Creative Memories items she's able to acquire for next to nothing so I was really interested in other suppliers.. :flower:
     

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