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Registration Now Open for Craft Culture's Dream Rock Retreat in Sedona

As any crafty entrepreneur can tell you, it takes more than glue and glitter to make your business plan sparkle.

Fortunately for DIY-ers looking to do more for their product or service-based business, Craft Culture is hosting the Dream Rock Retreat in 2015 from Wednesday, February 4, through Friday, February 6, at L'Auberge de Sedona Resort and Spa in Sedona.

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The three-day retreat will give up-and-coming crafters the chance to network and navigate through the various challenges of being a small business owner. With attendance limited to only 30 people, Dream Rock will be able to offer one-on-one coaching with Craft Culture and Belyn Design founder Leanne Cairns and group discussions on start-up essentials such as branding, marketing, website design, blogging, and finding a solid balance between your work life and your personal life.

Featured speakers at this event include Jessie Simonson of 31 Bits, Bobbi Bankston of The Mason Bar Company, Myra Callan of Twigs & Honey, Heidi Bartlett of Idieh Design, Lindsay Sherbondy of Lindsay Letters, Arianne Foulks of Aeolidia, Danielle Hampton of Sometimes Sweet, Romely Levezow of Makana Candles, and Kym Ventola of Kym Ventola Photography.

Guests will also have the opportunity to get new head shots with Red Poppy Photo, as well as take floral watercolor and modern calligraphy classes with Jenna Rainey of Monvoir.

Registration is now open and payment plans are available upon request at [email protected]. Retreat packages are available as $1,395 for a lodge room with single occupancy, $1195 for a lodge room with double occupancy, $1195 for a garden cottage with triple occupancy, and $1095 for a lodge room with triple occupancy. The Dream Rock Retreat is expected to sell out. For more information and to sign up, visit

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Katie Johnson
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