Yesterday was just a fabulously fun day to be a Stampin' Up demonstrator! I had the most fun running into old/new friends, friends I've known "forever" in cyberspace, and meeting new ones at every turn. We're sure a friendly bunch!And man, can we ever STAMP!!
There is so much inspiration here, it is just mind-boggling! I'll be posting more photos of the projects, but I just have to share this adorable Mickey Mouse ears card for my kids' sake. They ate a LOT of those ice cream bars at Disney this past spring! And right below it is a card you might recognize--one of mine! I was honored to have seven cards on the display boards.
Something super fun yesterday was getting to see the work of several weeks' email conversation with presenter Emily Montoya up on the jumbotron (sorry it's blurry!). She used several quotes of mine along with my picture and a screen shot of my blog header, which I made with My Digital Studio. I felt like a rockstar after that class had been through several runs and lots of people recognized me in the hallways!
The main stage presentations have been so incredibly awesome! The business things are just SPOT on, and we have had the BEST stamping segments, with all kinds of new products from the Holiday Mini. There have been exciting announcements like the fact that we are getting the Keep Calm and Carry On stamp set back out of copyright limbo (!!!) and that the new MDS 2 is coming out August 1st!! I'm soooo excited!!
More in a bit! I'm putting off telling you about Awards Night because I didn't get any good photos, but I wil put out the word and see if anyone can help me out. Stay tuned for more convention fun! And seriously--think about joining us next year!
I did recognize your card! I'm glad you're having so much fun!
Posted by: Brenda B | 07/20/2012 at 10:20 PM
So glad all of SU is recognizing the amazing Lyssa and the rest of the SOMHS group! Yahoo!
Posted by: Lori B | 07/20/2012 at 10:36 PM
When is old "what's her name" retiring so YOU can take over Stampin' Up and move the company ahead? :)
You are blessed to be in a company like this. Sadly, this is rare in the business world today. You've seen the downward spiral of one of the companies we're involved in and it's absue of distributors is more typical.
Two thumbs UP for Stampin' UP!
Posted by: Pops | 07/21/2012 at 01:33 AM