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that is so awesome Heidi!
I know the lss appreciated this evening
:)have an awesome w/e


How in the world can you still be up @ 3am? I'm 34 weeks and can't make it past midnight. Love your blog & YOUR passion for scrapbooking! I really appreciate you passing along little snippets of your life & your involvement in this wonderful world of scrapbooking!


i remember being pregnant just over a year ago with my second child and staying up so late. i would always be nervous that the next day i would be so tired i couldn't be at the top of my game. but i was so pleased that those "nesting" hormones would kick in and i could do anything. best wishes during the few last weeks of your pregnancy.

p.s. i bought the mini-iron yesturday and i can't wait to use it. so dang cute! thanks for your amazing vision and hard work.

cathy Vargen

I am so jealous...wish I could get together with you and Emily and scrapbook and have dinner and a glass of wine together! What fun that would be...with the creative juices flowing - sounds like so much fun....I will, however, be at Creative Escape in September so can't wait to meet you all!!!! :o) Until then....Cathy


As one of the attendees at last night's event, I have to say this was one of the nicest events I've attended as both a business person and scrapbook addict. It was clear to see that so many have the scrapbooking bug, and passion and vision to help others create such wonderful treasures, or at least buy enough that when the addiction strikes and there are a few moments to spare you will find you have everything you need and more at your fingertips!
Thank you to all of our great reps and Emily for the use of her home. Thank you to Heidi and Ron (wadda guy! He can really drive a paper piecer through 2 layers of ghost frame and paper!), and thanks to all the other wonderful scrapbook store owners who shared so selfishly to insure we will all work together in Arizona, to provide our customers the best products, teaching, and support for years to come.
Heidi, is there a chance of getting contact info for guests, as some were interested in getting together in the near future, to discuss how we can all work collabortively, to strengthen our businesses.
Oh! Tell Liz my daughter and I really enjoyed getting to know her!
DeAnn Davies

Angie Pedersen

What a FABULOUS marketing idea, Heidi! Talk about the personal touch! Rock ON! I'm all over this idea, and mentioned it on my sb marketing blog today:

I'm not going to CHA either; maybe we can hook up at MemoryTrends? :)

Get some rest! ;)


Wow, what a great idea and it sounds like it was an amazing time. Wish I was closer, Inspires me to plan something for this area for the store owners to get together.
Take care Heidi and see you at MT.

Jolene George

What a good group of cute hard working girls you have there. That is so great that you could do this for all of them. It is so beneficial all the way around.
I LOVE thos ribbon jars with the teeny spools...way too cute! http://jolenegeorge.blogspot.com/


going to miss seeing you in Chicago! Rest up for the big day, and stay out of the heat!


I think this is the coolest idea Heidi...maybe that is because you are the coolest :). Will be missing you this week!


its that pregnancy insomnia (then again im not much better when i'm NOT pregnant - ha!)

traveling that way to visit some friends, family and do some on-location photo shoots the second week of august. wish so much there was an event i could get to, to finally meet you.

have a nice one heidi!


Pregnant or not pregnant, I can't sleep either when I get excited about something. I just found your blog recently, so I'm trying to catch up and also visit your site soon. I'm in the process of opening a scrapbook store, quite an adventure is all I can say.


What a fun idea. It's nice to go to a scrapbooking store and talk to someone who is knowledge and up to speed on your products.

BTW, I love Emily's home. Those mirrors are awesome!!!


Really the fact that all the store owners got together and shared is amazing. That you could host something where this happened is wonderful.

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