I knew Stampin' Up would make Disney even more memorable, and I was not disappointed! Here I am with Shelli Gardner, just moments before she surprised us with the new catalog! And that's ALL I can say about that! Let's just say I have a wish list already and it spilled over onto a second single-spaced page!
These are some of our pillow gifts. Every evening when you finally drag your carcass back to your room, sunburned and happy, there is an awesome surprise waiting on the bed! I love the four-pack of cups they gave us. Natalie was thrilled with the golf visor (that was supposed to be for the husbands--the embroidery on the side matched their SU golf shirts).
Can't show you everything we got, because quite a lot of it was brand new catalog merchandise! Everyday we spun the prize wheel and won something, and one of the nights we got a big package with a stamp set, Designer Series Papers, embossing folder, jumbo wheel and I can't remember what all else, as our pillow gift. It's a really good thing I had extra bags along so we could check a second suitcase!
The night before we went to Animal Kingdom, this cute army-green backpack purse was delivered--perfect! And I already shared a photo of our personalized Mickey Mouse totes and what was in those. They are super nice--there's an insulated cooler in the bottom, and the straps were super comfy. And they even spelled our name right!! : )
The last night pillow gift was a square Thomas Kinkade canvas painting of Snow White's cottage. My first Thomas Kinkade. It is gorgeous! I will take a photo after I hang it. Natalie claimed that for her room, too! And get a load of the incredible flower on the package! It is about the size of a plate. I managed to bring it home. I think I need to take it apart and figure out how to make it, right??
Stampin' Up always remembers the kids, too! They had their own table in the Hospitality Suite with different prizes every day--stickers, tattoos, pencils, etc. I showed you the cool lanyard pouches and the My Digital Studio activity swatchbook they got in an earlier post. But the thing that took the cake for the kids was the party they had while the adults went to the Final Night Event! I didn't take any pictures inside, but there were game tables, art stations, bean bag chairs, a pizza buffet, Mickey ears ice cream bars, multiple Wii's on flat screen TV's, movies, football, and balloon artists. I was gone for four hours and my kids didn't event bat an eye! But wait until you hear what the adults did!!