Thursday, October 8, 2009

Kansas City & Facebook

On my way back to Kansas City CKC (was there a year or two ago...I start to lose tract after a while!) Met a lovely woman their named Eva who was kind enough to take me to Liberty Jail. Hope to see her again!

I've also added a Q's Creative Card Class fan page to Facebook. I've had a few requests so I complied!

I actually started to think it might be a fun place to network with you all, so please sign up! My plans so far is to use the fanpage to keep you all updated on classes, but also create some photo albums with your versions of my designs. You've all been so kind to send me photos and I really want someone to put them, where everyone can see. Don't forget this is a place for you to post your own thought and comments!

If you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you'll see my little Fanpage Update, where the latest comments will be posted.

Other than that, I haven't had much time to explore all the possibilities, but wanted to get it started.

Have a lovely fall weekend and I'll be back on Sunday!

P.S. For all my Kansas City fellow cardmakers...stay tuned, as I'll be posting a review of the trip when I get home and have a give-away for you all as well!


Tensy said...

Susan, I really enjoyed your class and your innovative designs. Loved winning a prize, too!

Hope the weather is warmer when you next visit KC!


Arielle said...

Hey girl its your favorite TA!! I had a great time assisting you & I would sign up to be your assistant all over the country! Hope we keep in touch!

Anonymous said...

The card swap is my favorite part of the whole weekend. Thanks for adding your lovely card to the swap. Great class . Thanks. You might enjoy my web site

Julie said...

Loved the Classes, and even though, I don't love to tie bows, I still had an awesome time, and am inspired by you. And I LOVED that you admitted, you don't always get to all the Cards you want to make! :D

That makes me feel better, when I end up doing mine last minute or resorting to store bought ;)

Punkinsyf said...

I think we would all agree -- Sue Rocks! She had the best classes!

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