Virginia Scrapbooking Retreats Brings you Scrapbook Retreats in Virginia Beach, VA, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Maryland, Northern VA, Willliamsburg and North Carolina, Myrtle Beach and always adding other locations.
Scrapbooking retreats are so much more fun when you gather all your supplies for 3-4 around the clock scrapbooking days. Meet new scrapbooking ladies to crop with...Why not scrapbook at a scrapbooking weekend retreat in Virginia.
Also Scrapbooking Retreats in Fredericksburg & Manassas, VA
Scrapbooking Weekend Retreat getaways in Williamsburg VA
Scrappin Retreats in Chantilly VA by Dulles Airport
Scrapbooking Retreats in Richmond VA area.
Join us at a Virginia Scrapbooking Retreat where you can get away and enjoy 3 full days and 2 nights with all your scrapbooking friends or meet new scrapbooking friends and work on your albums.
We have some great scrapbooking retreat weekends planned already..
Our Scrapbooking Retreats was created to meet the needs of overworked, stressed out, seriously addicted scrappers. Scrapbook Retreat" gives every scrapper a full 54 HOURS of uninterrupted Scrapbooking time.
Over the years we have discovered that this can be stated very simply?
no cleaning, no distraction
Did you know that the average attendee completes between 35-55 pages in one scrapbooking weekend retreat?
We have tried to create an atmosphere where you can relax in your jammies, stay up all night giggling with girlfriends and creating fabulous scrapbooking pages. Won't you come join us?
Check out the events calendar I host a Va Beach weekend retreat in January each year, Jan 21-23rd 2011, Williamsburg VA in April 30-May 2nd 2010, Our FIRST Scrapbook Cruise Oct 20-25th to Bahamas and Outer Banks in the fall..Nov 12-14th, 2010
There will be a Scrapbook Cruise anually starting 2011 so stay tuned for future updates.
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