Hello! I think I might have to introduce myself again. It seems I’ve forgotten how to add a post to my blog. Sheesh! So sorry about that! Life keeps getting in the way. I’m sure many of you have the same problem. Too many things to do….not enough hours in the day. Well, at least I can say I’m not bored!
With all of my busy-ness I don’t even have anything too exciting to share. No trips, no big excitement. Just busy. That’s ok though.
I did host a new event this past week though. I hosted an Opportunity Event on Tuesday and I had 13 people attend! Woo Hoo!. It was an event where I shared my love of stamping, Stampin’ Up! and being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. I had this whole agenda written down so I wouldn’t forget anything but everyone kept asking all of these wonderful questions that covered everything on the agenda so I didn’t have to follow it! 🙂
Of course there were door prizes, food and two cards to make! You can’t get stampers together without stamping! I would say the event was successful. I had one person come all ready to sign up and I helped her sign up when the event was over. Annie D. is now an official member of the SASsy Stampers! I also had a couple of other gals quite interested in signing up for the 20% discount. Really….how can you go wrong getting a 20% discount on all of your Stampin’ Up! purchases?! Actually, that’s why I first signed up. I wanted everything in the catalog and that 20% discount was the easiest way to do it! 🙂
If you’ve ever thought about becoming a demonstrator (can you say 20% discount?) and would like a little more information about it please contact me. Leave a comment, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 303-470-5989. I’d love to have you join my team of SASsy Stampers!
Today’s card is one we made in our Easter & Spring class. These little critters are ADORABLE! Of course I didn’t need them when I first saw them in the catalog…..we know how that works! Ha! The Cheerful Critters stamp set is photopolymer so it was SO easy to first stamp the sentiment on the card and them center the box around it. I love things that make life easier! 🙂
Well, I’ve rambled on long enough. Have a great day, take care and Happy Stamping! And don’t forget to contact me if you’re interested in or have questions on becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator! I know you’ll love it as much as I do! 🙂