Sunday, August 09, 2009

The last week of the K2R Anniversary celebration!

Congrats to our recent winners! K2R had a couple dozen Kommenters... thank you all for your kind words! Rachel A. from California, the third Kommenter, was the one chosen by! And the Krew blog commenter is Summer B., from Virginia. Both Rachel and Summer have each won a Kits2Remember stadium album! Rachel, be sure to email me (jessica@ with your address!

There is one more week of the K2R 2nd Anniversary Celebration! This is the last week to work on your projects for the K2R Anniversary Kontest! All entries are due Friday, August 14, though we've gotten a handful of entries already. The Krew and I are SO looking forward to seeing what you guys have up your sleeves! One lucky - and talented - winner will receive a $250 K2R prize package featuring K2R products and more! There are five different categories you can enter your project in to: Acrylic, Metal, Mixed Media, Kits and Rubber Stamps. And the grand prize winner isn't the only one getting some prizes! One finalist will be chosen from each of the categories and receive a prize package worth $50. Click here for more info about the Kontest!

This weekend, The Red Bee, from Tustin, CA, took some Kits2Remember products and kits and had a successful Scrapbook Expo in Santa Clara, Calif. In fact, they had such a great show, they will be doing it again across the country at the Scrapbook Expo in St. Charles, IL. Stop by The Red Bee booth and stock up on acrylic, metal and chipboard. If you're a kit scrapper, they'll have some of those, too! So, be sure to stop by The Red Bee booth if you're a scrapper in the Chicago area.

If you are in the Pensacola, FL., area, there are two seats left in my acrylic cookbook class Saturday, Aug. 22 at ScrapHappy. Be sure to contact Christy right away to secure your seat in this popular class!

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Congratulations ladies. Have fun playing with the stadium albums they are fabulous.

I can't wait to see the Kontest entries. Bet there are some great ideas and projects.

Jessica, glad to hear that The Red Bee had a great show and is going to Chicago!