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Old 04-09-2010, 12:29 PM   #41
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There's also Bee Scrappy. A fab little LSS in Medina, which is not far. If you are familiar with the area, they are located across the street from Miss Molly's Tea Room, just off the square.
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I have long striped hair - red, blond and brown - see my avatar... Hopefully we can meet and say Hi! You'll be sorry you did not take all of Tim's classes - he is fabulous *wink*.

But shopping is always good!
Kat make sure you stop by the Just For Fun booth and introduce yourself to Debby and Rick! They'll be there!!!!!!!

I myself will be home wishing I was there . . . oh wait that's the weekend I get Copic certified and then going on to Muncie!
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Old 04-09-2010, 02:51 PM   #43
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There's also Bee Scrappy. A fab little LSS in Medina, which is not far. If you are familiar with the area, they are located across the street from Miss Molly's Tea Room, just off the square.
I LIVE in Medina and haven't been there yet. I think I'll head there tomorrow... I need to get out of the house!
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Old 04-09-2010, 03:13 PM   #44
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I'm going with 3 friends. This makes my 3rd year and of course, I don't need a thing!
And has anyone mentioned Hollos in Brunswick? It's worth a trip there. They sell cardstock by the pound. They have many colored envelopes that are really inexpensive also.

Here's the link: http://www.hollos.com/
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Old 04-11-2010, 07:52 PM   #45
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I would love to know more about pin/ATC swapping. I have never been involved with that but it sounds neat. I am taking the first 2 Tim classes on Friday and will attend on Saturday and a short visit on Sunday.

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I used to make small pins--about 2 inch size. I used a small stamp, colored, did a technique, etc (like an ATC) but would laminate it and back it with a pin. It was fun to see the many creative pins and some people would pin them all over their shirts. Anyway, I saw on the Adventures in Stamping site that there was to be a swap. I'm just wondering if people were choosing to make pins or ATC's or both! And if anyone will have some left to swap on Sunday! I go on Sunday cuz it's just too darn crowded for me on Saturday.
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Stop by to say "Hello!" to "stampertammy", a.k.a. Tammy Hershberger while you're there! She'll be working in the Rubbernecker Stamps booth that weekend!
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Old 04-25-2010, 05:14 PM   #47
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How was the convention? Missed it this year because of DD's horse show. Although I love stamping I loved watching her ride. She placed 3rd.
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...by the weight of my luggage (11 pounds over) and the receipts in my purse, pretty good...i enjoyed my classes and met some neat people...got some new ideas (well, new for me) and inspiration...now to get home and play with all the goodies...
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My Mom just got back from the show yesterday. I'll give her a call this morning and get a full report!
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OK...I am still trying to re-organize to make space for my purchases I made while visiting Akron for Adventures in Stamping. My Tim Holtz class was wonderful. I purchased among many other things a new BigShot. I got it at Archivers with my 30% off coupon and ended up paying $69. I also bought 3 of Tims new dies and some of his idea-ology items. Also picked up:
- lots of paper (Hollos & elsewhere)
- a couple of Spellbinders dies
- a mini purse stamp
- lots of alcohol inks (colors I was missing)
- etc. etc. etc.

Joanns had a great sale on while I was there...picked up core-dinations 12" X 12" sheets (lots) for .33 ea.

I must say I had a wonderful time.
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Loved the Tim Holtz class, the show itself was nice, not as big as I had thought it might be, easily got through it in one day with time to spare *and good food set up in lobby for less than 10.00, so even had lunch there. Saturday was packed, next year I will hit it on Sunday and hope to avoid the crowd
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