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On March 19th I held my 5th "Crafting at the Lodge" Retreat. I absolutely love making these full day retreats relaxing, fun and memorable. I always choose a theme and this spring retreat was centered around a tea party.
We enjoy the entire 3,000 square feet provided at this venue so we can spread out. Everyone attending has a "station" where they unpack their paper crafting supplies – a spot to call their own. I provide 6 make & take projects that include techniques, folds and even some 3D projects. The make & take stations are available all day so each person can stamp at their own pace. The retreat also includes lunch and a sit down dinner complete with cloth napkins. All the food is cooked on premises and super yummy!
Everyone attending receives a goodie bag containing $30 in product. I give away door prizes throughout that day that include bundles of product. We play games that entice mingling and I give away generous prizes to the winners. I offered additional door prizes tickets if they arrived with a handmade name tag and/or a tea party inspired hat. The results were amazing!
Betty used a child's porcelain tea set to make her hat. Adorable (and heavy, she said)!
The tea cups on Orpha's hat were created with paper. It was colorful and fun!
And the name tags were equally as creative! Here are just a few.
I will be sharing some of the make & take projects over the next few weeks. Others will be available in a PDF format under my Online Classes tab. Check back often so you don't miss anything!
Isn't amazing what we can create with paper?!