Announcing the much-anticipated Valentine Charm Bracelet Party, hosted by Saucy and Sassy!
Sunday, February 1st 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. David's Restaurant on Circle Drive (next to Rona)
It's just like the Christmas charm bracelet party we had in November... each participant brings (handmade or store-bought) charms to swap and we each assemble smashing seasonal bracelets after we share and ooooh and ahhh over everyone's creations.
We will be limiting participants to twelve so including Sassy and myself there will be ten spots up for grabs.
The cost will be $25.00 per person, it includes your choice of lunch and unlimited soda, coffee or tea (lunch menu will be determined later), your basic charm bracelet and some "filler" charms. We had to slightly increase the cost to cover the upgraded bracelet closures and the filler charms for this round.
What to bring: your charm contribution (12 identical charms in a Valentine theme), a pair of crafting pliers, jump rings or split rings for attaching your charms (it's nice if your rings are on your charms already).
If you would like to join us, please leave a comment here on this post! You need to leave a link back to your blog or your email address and I will contact the first ten participants when I return from Jamaica!
If there are already ten names, go ahead and add yours, we will start a wait list in case someone changes their mind or can't make it after all. Please don't bring your money until we contact you... I don't want a whole bunch of cash sitting in the mailbox while I'm out of town! Plus, Sassy and McDreamy are in Vegas right now. We'll just have to sort this all out when we get back but we wanted to give you the heads-up!
Yes, we leave tomorrow for Jamaica. We will return on January 26th. The Fan is staying here with Loopy... it should be a fun girl's week and I'm very sorry to be missing out on the fun. I loaded the Apple TV with credit on iTunes so they can download movies. I laid in their essential supplies: Coke and Dr. Pepper, I baked a banana bread and I made sure that Loopy was all set with her makeup...
... because yes, Dear Reader, I help Loopy with her hair and makeup every day. She practiced over the Christmas break doing it on her own but I know she prefers it when I help her out. And if I must confess, I lurrve doing it for her and we have lots of fun in the mornings getting ready for our day together. We share a vanity space and we share some of the makeup... while I'm into Smurfette makeup, I don't wear it myself.
It's time to cut the makeup apron strings, I know. Ten days of doing it by herself... will she still want her personal stylist when I arrive home?