While we can’t show you EVERYTHING (because we’ve got to have a few secrets), we thought it would be fun to give you a tour of a Ruby Bucket Retreat. We hope you will join us for all the fun on October 18-19, 2019! Find out all the details here. p.s. Esther isn’t always this serious. Haha!
I worked with Brielle’s parents, Katie & Montana, not long ago and think they are are one of the cutest couples ever. Everyone at work was really excited for them when we found out they were expecting. When Katie’s pregnancy reached 23 weeks, their journey took an unexpected turn. Here is Brielle’s story in a nutshell, written by her sweet Mama, Katie. Written January 2019 “At 23 weeks pregnant, Montana and I found out that our sweet baby girl, the one we’ve been dreaming of and praying for for so long, has an extremely complex cardiac abnormality. It was absolutely heartbreaking to hear that our daughter wasn’t going to make it. Our doctor told us that she was going to pass away
Retreat was such a huge success! We are so grateful to each of you for making it a special event. We made some fun memories and beautiful new friends. We have so many fun photos to share from Retreat. Our theme was “Shine Bright.” Esther always adds her special touches to make each retreat meaningful. The welcome gift this time was a beautiful hard-bound journal with the words, “Shine Bright” embossed in gold on cover. The Ruby Bucket Boutique is always a hit! Here are the ladies anxiously waiting to make their purchases. Some items from the boutique. Cindy’s Gel Press class was a huge hit! And everyone always loves making Esther’s cards. We gave away lots of prizes and
We are working like crazy to finish all the little details! Here is the Hampton Inn (2500 Channing Way). The main hotel entrance is on the right by the carport. Our retreat entrance in on the left with the giant star. You can park close to unload for the retreat. It all starts Friday, April 26th, at 10:00 a.m. We are so excited to see our favorite crafters!
We have been working really hard to make your weekend getaway as fun and relaxing as possible. If you have never been to a retreat before, here is what you can expect: • A great fun-filled weekend at a nice location within close proximity to several craft stores and restaurants. There is a separate entrance at the hotel that is close to the conference room so you won’t have to carry your supplies very far.• Upon arrival, everyone will receive a gift bag with exclusive Ruby Bucket items, lovingly selected just for you.• You will have a 3’ x 4’ space to work on….that’s two people per table. This should give you plenty of room for any totes and bags to be around you. Some people bring a portable or stackable shelf (like those found in the
Spring Retreat is only 2 weeks away! We hope you have your projects packed and ready to go. Don’t forget your pj’s for our pajama party Friday night. We have worked hard to make this weekend unforgettable! We are offering wonderful classes, free make and takes, amazing door prizes, a sweet shop, and the Ruby Bucket Boutique (plus Esther always has something fun up her sleeve). We can’t wait to see you there!
We have some great classes planned by our teachers for you! If you are registered for Spring Retreat, you should have received an email with a special link for you to sign up for classes. Here’s a look at what’s in store. “You are a Gem” by Kathleen “Quick and Easy Cards” by Esther “Gel Press” by Cindy “Brave & Beautiful” by Stephanie “This Happened” by Kathleen It’s not too late to register for retreat! Click here for all the details.We can’t wait to see you there!
Look at these darling shirts we designed for Spring Retreat! We wanted to offer a variety since we know everyone likes to wear different styles. Click here for more details and to place your order. Shirts must be ordered by April 10th and will be available to pick up at the retreat on April 26-27th. Which one is your favorite?
We are thrilled to announce the theme for the Spring Crafter’s Retreat: Shine Bright! Esther and I picked the theme for this retreat last fall. It spoke to both of us immediately and we knew we had to run with it. Sometimes the world can seem like a dark place, but we all have a light that shines and we can choose to be a light-bringer to those dark places. Despite the busyness of our lives, we still manage to make time for our families and friends. We take a meal to a sick neighbor, help our children with their homework, and go to lunch with a friend. We smile at a stranger in the grocery store and encourage a despondent