What You'll Get
Scrapbooking, like witnessing a gentleman chop down a tree so his date may cross a moat, is a wholesome reminder of the past. Indulge in a respite from modern life with this Groupon.
$84 for a Weekend Scrapbooking Retreat ($168 Value)
- Check in on a Friday at 9 a.m. and stay until Sunday at 6 p.m.
- Scrapbook, quilt, sew, paint, or craft in a peaceful workspace
- Drinks included (soda, coffee, tea, water)
- Meals available at an additional cost
- Bring your own art supplies (some equipment included)<p>
While meals are not included, guests may bring their own supplies and use the on-site kitchen to cook. There are also restaurants and fast food options located within 10 miles of the facility.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 20 additional as gifts. Limit 14 per visit. Meals not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scrap 'n Paradise Retreat
On Saturday morning, a scrapbooker puts the finishing touches on a fresh page. Steaming coffee rests in a cup holder in front of her, and all around her, other crafters are quietly running sewing machines, ironing ribbons, sorting through photographs. There are no chore lists waiting, no families demanding breakfast, no dog waiting by the door for a walk. For the entire day, this room of earnest scrapbookers, sewers, and quilters have nothing to do but focus on their work.
This serene artists' getaway was a paradise realized for its owners, sisters Diana Stavinoha and Carla Rushing. Avid scrapbookers themselves, they designed a 3,000-square-foot retreat to share the gift of time and community with fellow crafters. Clearly designed by experts, the space features a 1,100-square-foot workroom outfitted with a private 6-foot table for each guest. Artists share some professional equipment—a printer, cropping area, sewing machine, stamping station with 300 rubber stamps, and a Cricut station—and shouldn't be shy about bringing their own supplies: the studio has a loading dock and ramp entryway. When not working, crafters can cook in a galley kitchen, lounge in front of the fireplace, or crochet a racket on the tennis courts. Part of the retreat's appeal is the camaraderie shared between visitors, who share four comfortable rooms, gather around a dinner table, and display finished layouts on a "show it off" wall.