Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Scrapbooking Classes coming soon!

Coming in MAY!
To celebrate National Scrapbooking Month I am offering "Scrapbook" classes in my class schedule on a monthly basis.
Cannot make it to the class? Kits in the mail will be available.
Details will be posted soon! Keep tuned.
Happy Scrappin'

Saturday, April 4, 2009

You are invited to a Girls Night Out

Ready for a Girl's Night Out? Would you love to have a box full of cards ready to send to the special people in your life? Then my upcoming class is for YOU!

Lose the mess—keep the memories! This versatile, archival Forget-Me-Not Keeper provides a convenient way to store and organize photos, or to use as a card organizer for remembering the important people in your life. The twelve dividers allow you to organize photos by theme, month, or occasion.

■ White polypropylene with Silver metal snaps■ 12 polypropylene dividers included■ 8-5/8" long x 6-5/8" wide x 5" high when assembled■ Ships flat■ Archival quality, assembles quickly and easily■ Holds approximately 720 photos

Each month you will make a selection of cards to add to this box. The first class we will decorate it and make 10 BIRTHDAY cards.

When: Tuesday April 28th
Where: My Stampin' Room
Time: 7:15pm
Cost: $20 (This includes the Forget me Not Keeper and 10 handstamped birthday
cards and matching envelopes

FREE if you place an order of $40 or more. You will also be able to choose any item on page 208 for FREE too.

Unable to make the class? Ask about my kit in the mail.

Classes will be the last Tuesday of each month. Cost will be $15 for 10 cards and matching envelopes or:
~ FREE if you place an order of $30 or more
~$10 if you are a member of my team or any of my Hostess Clubs

~Invite a friend to sign up for the class and you both will receive a free classic ink pad.
~Invite your friends to your home (or mine) and you will receive the Forget me Not Keeper and Cards FREE *Minimum of 6 people must sign up for this offer*.

Please RSVP on or before 21st April by e-mail or phone 801 897-0429

Happy Stampin'

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

A vacation of a lifetime in Hawaii

Every year Stampin' Up! offers all the demonstrators an opportunity to earn an all expense paid incentive trip. This years trip was to Hawaii. When I first heard the trip was to Hawaii I just knew I had to earn it.

This was a trip of a lifetime. What made it 100% perfect was the fact that I was with so many of my fabulous friends. I am amazed at the solid friendships which are formed through such an amazing company. Click here to read about how this company began.

Our flight left at 6am MST and for those of you know me really well will know I AM NOT a morning person. I can stay up all night and often go to bed way too late but the thought of getting up early in the morning just about puts me into cardiac arrest. We arrived at the airport at approximately 4:30am. The first person I saw at the airport was Pam Morgan. Pam is the VP of Demonstrator Support and a Corporate Team Member at Stampin' Up! Pam is also a demonstrator and I have had the opportunity of sharing how I earned this trip at one of her downline meetings.

Here is a picture of Pam and I in Hawaii with her husband Chris in the background. Pam will forever remember my famous saying of the week "Isn't this great?" Every time I saw Pam I would say this to her. It really was great ;)

Stampin' Up! has the most amazing products around and of course I love the company for that. However, the most important part of being a demonstrator in my opinion is the friendships that are formed. I have met the most amazing people who have become lifelong friends through this company.

This is a picture of such friends! Make & Take's are ALWAYS a fun part of every event!

At the Luau

This is Shelli Gardner (Co-founder and CEO of Stampin' Up!) and I. She is such an amazing and gracious lady. She was telling me at the "Welcome Reception" that I was 'Superwoman'. I was honored but couldn't help but think what a 'Superwoman' Shelli is. I think of all the lives she has brought together. The friendships and relationships that have been formed due to Stampin' Up! To think this fabulous company started in Shelli's living room.
More fabulous pictures and stories of Hawaii to come. Keep tuned!

Happy Stampin'