Saturday, 5 November 2016

I'm back!

Hello lovelies!  I'm sorry I've been slack at keeping up the blog lately - just been busy with real-life stuff.  I've also just spent the past three days at a Stampin' Up! On Stage Live event here in Brisbane with some of the ladies on my team.  So much fun!
I'm not allowed to show any of the cool projects made with gorgeous new products from the 2017 Sale a Bration and Occasions Catalogue yet, so I'll be good.  I can show you some photos of people having a great time, like these:
Main photo:  My downlines Michelle, Maree and myself; clockwise:  On Stage, Claire from Demo Support and me having a cuddle (we do this each time we see each other at events, she's such a sweetheart!),  a sign pointing the way to various fun activities (more on those later); Maree and Jan, Wendy, Michelle, Jan and Maree; Bec and Jan.
We each got a copy of the next Sale a Bration and Occasions Catalogues (I love them!  Shocker, I know, LOL), got to play with new products, and watched presentations showing inspiring ways to use  the new products, and some different techniques we might not have tried.  In addition we had helpful training on how to run our businesses and be a better Demonstrator.  
The best part is always catching up with other Demonstrators from all over Australia/New Zealand, and even some from the UK, Canada, the United States and Europe.  Many Demonstrators participate in swaps with each other (a swap is a sample card or card front with your contact info and what you used to make the card typed on the back), which is a great way to meet people and get ideas for classes, etc.  It's another way Demonstrators share with each other.
If you'd like to be part of the fun, and join the Stampin' Up! family, let me know.  I'd love you to join my team!  Stampers are the nicest people.
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1 comment:

kilroy said...

I was wondering if you went to On Stage. The closest to me was Atlanta Georgia which is about 10 hours away, so I did not go. It is craft show season here though so I couldn't go even if it was closer.