For our last day at Founder’s Circle, I hiked, stamped and went to the theater – pretty full day, but I enjoyed every minute.
Snow Canyon State Park is one of our favorite places to be outdoors right near St. George. It’s a gorgeous setting with several different kinds of rocks. The sandy paths tend to get into your shoes – it’s like a walking pedicure. A few years ago I took a fun picture of all the sand that dumped out of my shoe at the end of our hike!
The Make N Takes were our project for today. We worked together and stamped a 20 page 8 x 8″ scrapbook album in about an hour and a half. Whew! It’s a new kit that will be coming to the catalog sometime in the future – can’t wait to share it with you as a class when it comes out!
We saw some other great ideas for the stamp set we received – a set of fun observations done in a great text font. I can’t believe how much we’ve received for stamps, accessories and other goodies to take home! I think Target must have sold out of duffle bags for all the demonstrators purchasing extra luggage to take things home with us!
Finally the day wrapped up with a wonderful dinner at Painted Pony. A few of us and Shelli and Sara had delicious food and gracious company. The meal ended just in time for dessert and a drive over to Tuacahn to see the musical, Hairspray, under the stars.
Tuacahn is a red rock open-air theater, and it’s always a highlight of my trips to St. George.
As soon as we got back, it was time to pack and organize for the trip home. AND to receive one more fabulous pillow gift! I don’t have a picture of it here, so stay tuned. But it’s a bracelet to build on — this year we received a sand dollar charm, to remember our visit for Founder’s Circle 2012. The bracelet is a new tradition – each year we achieve Founder’s Circle we’ll get a new charm. I look forward to stamping adventures ahead this year and a chance to help you all enjoy your stamping so that maybe I can come back here!