Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Hello from YOU-TAH

Hello! We arrived in Utah last evening and have been busy visiting all of our friends! We made our first stop in Bluffdale this morning to visit Layle at Scenic Route! We got to drool over their newest line "Garland" .... oh is it every yummy!! Lori was busy shopping and dreaming of card classes... YES I said CARD classes... how quickly she forgot her statement about never making cards again... but I digress. We are pretty excited for this new order to arrive, we know you will all love Garland! We made sure to order Sonoma as well, and they work quite nicely together. See what Layle has to say about the newest lines!

Turtle TV is proud to introduce Layle Koncar of Scenic Route Paper Company...

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So after we left Scenic Route we headed to Orem where we had lunch with Gary and Chris our QuicKutz reps! We went to a yummy place called Rumbi, thanks again Gary!

After our long lunch chat with the guys, we headed down the road to American Crafts! Paul showed us the newest line to be released in November for teens! Super cute papers and embellishments in some awesome colors. We of course stocked up on more thickers and albums too. Paul also gave us a few sneak peeks of future lines they are working on, and boy were they ever cute! I hope we see some of them at the upcoming Winter CHA show!

We then made a quick stop at the University Mall before taking the scenic route (haha) back to Park City. We went through Provo Canyon, where we had visited last year and stopped along the way to take some photos and of course more video for you!!

Turtle TV is proud to present... Provo Canyon, Utah....

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Ok turtles, it's getting late and we have a long day of activities tomorrow!! See you soon!

3 comments:

Regan said...

YAY!!! Sonoma and garland- soooo happy!!

Deanna said...

Good times! Can't wait to get my hands on that garland!

KimmyKimKim said...

I have to agree. WOW!
I will take all of that SR paper please. One of each sheet in both collections should do it!