Creative Keepsakes Scrapbook Convention – Charlotte, North Carolina 2008

It isn’t too late, even though the date is rapidly approaching. This year Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Convention (CKC) ’08 is coming to Charlotte, North Carolina on August 15-16, 2008. And while it is coming up fast, there is still time to register and sign up for classes and workshops.

You have until Sunday, July 27 at 12 midnight Easter Standard Time to register online for the first pick of your favorite classes and crops. And if you register online between now and Sunday, July 13, 2008 at 12 midnight Eastern Standard Time, you will receive a free gift from Wausau paper when you arrive at the door.

Right-click here and download a $2.00 off daily admission coupon, that you can print and bring with you to the show. It is good for both days.

The classes are awesome this year, and students have to be 10 years old or older to take the classes, allowing a little mother/daughter time if you choose. What a fantastic and special thing to do with your child. Also, CKC – NC is offering their special again, where you can purchase three or more classes or activities and you’ll automatically receive a free daily pass for Friday, a free daily pass for Saturday and even a Friday Early Entrance pass so you can enter the Vendor Faire at 9am which gives you an hour to shop and check out all the latest and greatest products before the hall opens to everyone else at 10am.

One of the best classes this year at CKC ’08 North Carolina is titled “Pieces of My Life” and is an all-day class on Thursday, August 14, 2008. Besides receiving all supplies and completing a 20 page album, you will also receive a Friday and Saturday Daily Pass, a Send-Off Saturday Night Crop Ticket and the coveted Friday Early entrance pass. What a whopping combo!

If you’ve never attended a CKC event, than you probably have no idea what you are missing, but they are absolutely extraordinary.

For more information about CKC-Charlotte 2008, visit this link.

Nicole Humphrey writes articles for the Scrapbooking Blog and for the Frugal Blog. She also guest blogs on a variety of topics. You can read more of her articles by clicking here.

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