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Sunday, January 13, 2008


SCRAP ST Louis UPDATE from the For Keeps Sake BLOG As promised, we keep adding exciting opportunities to Scrap St. Louis (June 5-7, 2008). Some of you have indicated you'd love to see the projects you'll be creating. We can't show you yet because:

they're still in the works!

When we signed up our guest instructors (Lance Anderson - Rusty Pickle; Heidi Grace - Fiskars, Heidi Grace Designs; Tracey Niehues - K&Company; Danelle Johnson - Creative Imaginations; Joey Otlo - Bazzill; Missy Jaycox - 7 Gypsies), they promised to use the very newest product from the companies they represent and to do something that was a project - no pages. We want you to walk away with something absolutely amazing from each class - a WOW project.

With that in mind, all the companies represented above are coming out with their newest products in February 2008 - so everything is still a BIG SECRET and UNDER WRAPS. Once the buyers' shows are complete, they'll work on their projects and we'll be happy to give you sneak peeks.

In the meantime, what we can disclose is that Pink Paisley (a brand new paper company) has signed on with Scrap St. Louis. What does this mean for you?

  • in between classes
  • at lunch break
  • during your day time break

you may complete a make-and-take with the companies represented in the break room. In addition to locally owned stores like Ink Spot, Making Memories, Rock Paper Scissors and Scrapbook Factory, they'll be representatives from scrapbook manufacturers helping you to create make-and-takes with their latest products.

One more thing you've begged for . . .

you may now make payments for Scrap St. Louis.

Should you choose to make payments, your payments must be made by phone or in person @ For Keeps Sake Scrapbook (314) 487-8131. Minimum payment is $50 per person and may be made by cash, check or on your major credit card. Incremental payments may not be made on-line.

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