Finding Scrapbooking Retreats

Are you interested in attending a scrapbooking retreat? Do the girls you scrapbook long for some time away from home, spending a little girlfriend time together and getting some serious scrapbooking done without interruption? A scrapbooking retreat is perfect for this! But how do you find them?

First of all, you can certainly search the Internet. I did and found several, except I feel that word of mouth is definitely a more powerful advertising tool. In addition to finding out someones favorite retreat location, you will be able to ask questions about the specifics of the location. What is around it? What do they provide? Was it clean? Where do we scrap?

These questions are all important to keep in mind when you are going to a scrapbooking retreat. There is nothing worse than getting somewhere and having everything be the opposite of what you expected. The only way to be sure is to ask around and ask several people the pro’s and con’s of each place you are being told about. This doesn’t mean you cannot attend a scrapbook retreat that nobody has been to yet. It just means you need to ask lots of questions of the staff instead.

These are a list of the most popular scrapbooking retreats I have seen mentioned on various boards and through friends. I have no other information on them, but they are recommended by others who have visited.

Arbor Oaks Retreat House

Blue Ridge Crafters Retreat

Crafty Scrappers

Cropical Paradise Scrapbooking & Spa Retreat

Croppin’ Away

Crops Plus

Croptopia Getaways

CropTime, LLC Scrapbook Retreats

D’Arcy’s Heavenly Scrapbooking Retreats

Desert Scrappers Weekend Retreats

FriendScraps

Girls Nite Inn

Heavenly Treasures Retreats

K.I.S.S. Crop-n-Shop

Memory Muses

Mountains and Memories

The Paper Doll House

Past Reflections Scrapbooking Retreats

PJ’s & Pigtails

The Scrapbook Manor

Scrapping Getaways

Scrapbooking Retreats

SCRAPGRLZ

Scrap-N-Away

Scrap and Stay

Scrapbooks Mega Meet

Scrappin’ Retreats

Sedona Scrapbooking Retreats

Tree House Getaways

Zane Trace Inn

If you have visited any of these scrapbooking retreats and wish to comment, please feel free to share your experience.

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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