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Archive for May 30th, 2009




I’m a huge fan of Tim Holtz…where do you think I learned how to do all my beautiful inking.  He is always the hit at the CHA shows and all the women flock to him.  He is amazingly talented and not mention very funny and captivating.  If you want to get just a little bit of a “Tim” fix then check out his blog…  He even has some great tutorials.  And don’t forget that SGT carries alot of his products, like my personal favorite…distressing ink!     Julie

Every May, my sorority has Formals.  It’s like.. Prom.  Except with gifts… Which means… money.  So what does a girl from SGT do without a huge bankroll to fund such gifts??  She makes this:  IMG_1454IMG_1452IMG_1459

My sister and I made Rice Krispie Treats and Brownies to put into the boxes… Not too shabby a gift, right?  I mean, I’m on a strict budget… but it somehow still works out in the end, thanks to SGT and all of the inspiration that can be found in that store.  =)  I’ll post pictures tomorrow of Formals, I’m sure I’ll have TONS of pics to share.

❤ Allie

So I’m here working at the store and my mom, Barbara, is having her Photoshoot Layout and Journal Class. The tables are full and everyone is having so much fun. Of course this is true with every class.

Check them out.

class fun

Check out Class Kick Off on June 5th so you can be  part of the fun!


Scrappin’ Good Times

564 W Arrow Hwy. San Dimas, CA

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If you are looking for a great scrapbook store in Southern California, you can stop looking. Scrappin' Good Times in San Dimas, is the place to get all your scrapbooking products! Our Employees and Design Team members contribute to this blog. Feel free to make comments on any of the postings. Thank you, The Scrappin' Good Times Team ________________________________ Hey, we've been nominated again this year! Thanks to all of your votes we're number 1! Best Scrapbooking in the Los Angeles area WE'VE WON!!! Thanks to everyone who Voted! You've made a difference!

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