Both male and female, her creations couldn’t help but make you smile.
Amanda Fowler gave a talk about Leadership, which she presented with the use of some new Project Life goodies. Being photographs of her own family and not having her permission to post publicly, I have chosen to not post these photo’s here. Needless to say, there are some more lovely Project Life goodies to be enjoyed in the new catalogue.
Then the surprise that I’ve been keeping for the past few months was revealed.
Before Easter I was asked by Paula Gorry, the Business Development Manager at Stampin’ Up! UK if I would partner with them and present some new products on stage. Nervously, I accepted.
I was on stage with the lovely Lisa Cornwall who had also never presented before or done any form of public speaking, so we were both going on with butterflies in our tummies.
Lisa presented a new Bohemian suite of Papers, Stamp Set and Washi Tapes. She had come up with some wonderful creations, in some very striking patterns.
I had been asked to present a lovely new Project Kit, that involves a gorgeous Tin of Cards … a kit that has been causing a lot of excitement being on the front cover of the new Annual Catalogue.
Let me show you inside ….
It’s a gorgeous set no matter if you choose to keep it or gift it away to someone.
Later in my presentation, I showed how the stamp set used with this kit, could be used in another way and I’ll show you these creations tomorrow, along with some amazing swaps I’ve been fortunate to receive.
All in all, this year’s Regional Training Day was another amazing event that this year I was fortunate enough to share with several of my Team, my Upline and another of her Downline.
I’ve returned home full of inspiration and excitement to share, so do remember to pop back if you want to see what else I designed with the Tin of Cards Stamp Set for my Swaps and see some more Team Gifts and Swaps that I have.
Want to be a part of the big Stampin’ Up! family? … then be sure to get in contact with me to find out how.
What so far from the New Annual Catalogue, is becoming your favourite?