Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Crop*A*Ganza 2012 - February Registration Form

Friday, September 2, 2011

Friday, April 8, 2011

Fax Number!!!

For those of you who want to fax your 'ganza registrations... our fax number is 316.260.2559!!!

Another Local/Area Crop Coming up!


Two full days of Scrapbooking!

When: April 30th and May 1st, 2011

Saturday 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM and Sunday 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Where: Haysville Learning Center

150 Stewart, Haysville, Kansas

Cost: $40 for both days or $25 to attend only one day

What’s Included:

· Six to eight foot table space, good lighting & fun

· Gift pack for all participants

· Door prize drawings

· Two Make-It Take-It’s each day

· Coffee, tea, soft drinks and one meal each day

Please bring a snack to share.

Facility has large paved parking lot and disability access.

To register please call: Margo Walker at 316-522-8478 or

e-mail mjwalker5@juno.com

Monday, April 4, 2011

Mark your calendar NOW to attend our FALL Crop*A*Ganza event!! The dates for this event will be Friday-Sunday September 16-18th, 2011!!

Crop*A*Ganza Registration Form HERE!!!

Ganza registration opens up THIS Saturday, April 9th at 9:00am SHARP!!! If you'd like to read more about just HOW you and your friends can register - click HERE to read our most recent ganza newlsetter!!

Monday, March 14, 2011

Local Crop!!

Friday, January 28, 2011

The 3rd Annual Love Chloe Crop on Saturday, Feb. 26. Please read the attachment for details. All proceeds go to help fund the Monkey in My Chair Program. This program helps children battling cancer. More details can be found on the website www.lovechloefoundation.org.

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Local Crop Weekend!

Monday, January 10, 2011

Alicia's Organizational Class ReCap with Photos!!

Well, Hello There!! It's me----d.c.!!! Do you all remember me?? I hope so! Sorry I have been gone so long. I took a blogging hiatus which was only planned to last a short time. For a couple of reasons, I have had to extend it and for that I apologize dearly! Our gal Steff just doesn't have the time to blog so our little Attic page has been sorely in need of some updates, wouldn't you agree? When I talked to Steff on Saturday we wondered if between all of our hectic schedules, do we even need to blog? Steff is BRILLIANT at updating fb (and if you are like me that is where I spend the majority of my cyber time!)...is that enough? Do you feel in the loop and taken care of that way? We would LOVE to hear your feedback here or on fb. The blog is MUCHO time consuming. In a perfect world we would have daily posts but as I'm sure you understand we just can't do it! If we have enough of you out there that want to keep reading the Attic blog, we will do our best to keep updatin'! If not we may just take a break from it all together! You help us decide!
In the mean time, do I have a post for you?!?! How many of you out there have heard about, thought about taking, or have taken Alicia's organizational class? Welllll, let me tell ya. I have taken the class before, a few years back. And when I found out she had agreed to do another round of classes I JUMPED on the chance to spend the day with her again! Not only did I meet some great new scrapbooking friends that first time, I got to sit all day with my stuff and just go though and PURGE. Ahhhh, it feels so good! Not only that, I felt SUPER motivated to keep the ball rolling and get everything in order. I have 3 weekend crops in a row (LUCKY ME!!) coming up so what even better reason to get all my SCHTUFF together!

In the class description it says to "Bring Everything" and that I did!! We stuffed it all into Alicia's car at that! And when she looked at me like I was out of my mind for bringing so much I just reminded her that she wanted us to bring EVERYTHING!!

Now, I did leave a few things at home. I actually have a couple of things (like my big rolling tote and my CITA kit bag) that I feel okay about. I know I didn't want to waste valuable time MESSIN' with it so I left it at home. This is a picture of my space at the beginning of the day:

We started the day with tools... Alicia gives a tutorial (with handouts) of ideas for each phase of the process and then she lets you have at it, asking any questions you have along the way and offering great tips and advice to get your stuff-o-la in order.

This is my tool bag before:

Alicia and the girls at the Attic always give me a hard time about it...they think it looks like my tool bag is "BARFING" scrapbook supplies!! And I would have to agree!! First, I took out several items that I do not use on an every page basis. Second, I purchased an adorable hot pink vinal bag that I had been eyeing for awile to put my punches and scissors in.

That freed up some SERIOUS space for me and I was able to put all of my pens in my orignal bag as well!

We then moved on to paper where I spent the majority of the rest of my day. Let me tell you though, this was BY CHOICE! I have TONS (as I am sure we all do) of paper and I felt like between that and my pictures is where I needed the most work. That is the brilliance behind this class, during each 1.5-2 hour session she gives you each tutorial-then you are free to be. You can move on to the next phase if you feel satified with your progress there (like I did with my tool bag) OR you can go back to what you were working on before.

This was my table mate Rachel. (she actually had her own table across from mine) We spent the day bouncing ideas off of each other, sharing organizational items, and just keeping each other company throughout the process (oh and talking each other into "must have" organizational purchases. Isn't that what scrapbooking friends are for!?!?!). Thanks Rachel-it was fun getting to know you! I look forward to cropping with you! Go Pokes!

And then there is me.... eyeball deep in my stuff, having a ball sorting and hanging out!

Literally...as you can see, I am expecting AGAIN! You may remember that just over a year ago I had a baby girl named Paisley. Well, we are back in business and expecting baby #5 in early April. HE, yes HE, is much anticipated as you can imagine, by his daddy and mommy and FOUR older sisters!

Add my new little guy to the list of reasons I have been a blog slacker in the last months!! :)
I have felt sooo motivated by Alicia's class that I went home and kept on truckin'! I sorted all of my pictures last night and will finish them tonight. I am so excited to have all of my pictures in one place and know exactly what I have to work on!
If you are interested in taking the organizational class call the store asap 316-733-0029 to reserve your spot. The February class is FULL so they have opened up a March 26th date. The class is from 9-5, be on time, you will use EVERY minute!! (The girls had coffee, donuts and pastries for us on Saturday! YUM! Thanks girls!) The cost is $35 which includes lunch, chocolate :), a package of Cropper Hopper page kit planners, Alicia's instruction, step by step checklists and printed tutorials, a 15% discount on all organizational products purchased that day, and 30-45 minutes of one-on-one time with the organizational guru Alicia!!
You won't be sorry!! Well you will if you miss out on the class! Hope to hear some blog feedback and I'll check in again soon. besos, dc

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

2011 Clover Crop!

2011 Winter Scrapbooking Retreat!

2011 Winter Scrapbooking Retreat
January 22 - 23, 2011
Saturday 9am to 11pm, Sunday 8am to 7pm
mjwalker5@juno.com for more information.
Two full days of scrapbooking!!!
Cost is $55 for a four foot table space or $80 for a full table all to yourself for the two days!.
Gift packs, prize drawings, drinks, snacks and make-it take-it’s are included in your registration fee. Just come and have fun!!!
Please be sure to include your favorite soft drink and let me know if you have any special requests (seating, dietary, medical or physical.) when you register.
Clarion Inn & Suites
5805 West Kellogg 
Wichita, KS 67209
If you would like to stay the night at the hotel, the group rate is $69 (plus taxes) with up to four people in a room. You pay the hotel directly for your room.
The hotel provides breakfast Sunday morning for those with a room, however you do not need to stay the night to participate.
Please contact Margo Walker at 316-522-8478