County Fairs in the Spring….

Every Spring we go to the local county fair, eat funnel cakes, ride on ferris wheels, pet the baby sheep, watch the tractor pull, look over the prize winning cakes, cookies and quilts.

The Jubilee paper pack evokes memories of these sweet times….  I love the gingham, doily and paisley handkerchief themes of these papers along with the vibrant colors of summer (Kraft paper, Indian Corn blue, Cranberry and Honey):


Jubilee LO4 Jubilee LO3 Jubilee LO2 Jubilee LO1


I’ve added 6 extra sheets of card stock to make four fun layouts, and included lots of coordinating embellishments:  prize ribbon and farm animal die cuts, chevron ribbon, badge buttons, banners and twine.

Reserve your spot by May 8th to join my scrapbooking workshop and make these pages for yourself.

When:  Sunday, May 18th, 2 pm


Cost: $25

The kit can also be ordered to go so that you may assemble the pages at home if you are unable to join a workshop. Contact me to arrange pick up or the postage amount.
RSVP: 571-276-5405   or


If you want to complete lots of beautiful layouts and keep up with your family scrapbooking, consider joining my scrapbooking club. We will complete 8 to 10 layouts (or even 12!) each month for the 6 month cycle of the Idea Book (with a bonus seventh set of 8 layouts available as well).  Cost is $25 to $35 for each month’s set of layouts. If you commit to joining each month then at the end of the six month cycle,  you will earn a free set of page protectors to put you layouts in and the option of purchasing any album at half price.


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