Stampin’ Up! Convention – Day 2

We had another full day at the Stampin’ Up! 2012 Convention.  Day 2 (Friday) is done.  The days are flying by so fast I am really losing track of the days.  It doesn’t feel like it was a Friday, not sure what kind of a day it is was other than a whole lot of fun.  I’ll try to recap a bit for you.

We did some stamping at our Make & take class using the You’re Amazing stamp set.

Stephanie is in the back and I am in the front working

We had general sessions at the main stage area with fun stamping demonstrations by Shannon West featuring Halloween and Fall products from the new Holiday Catalog.  And from Bonnie Thurber featuring Christmas products from the Holiday Catalog.  With each stamping demo there was a prize patrol – and Stephanie won today!

Stephanie won Prize Patrol!

Our room is doing well this year with prize patrol.  Cindy and I won on Thursday, Stephanie won today and Jeannie won in one of her classes.  Shelli Gardner also did a stamping presentation showing us how she made a fun creative journal.  And then there were some recognition marches.  I got to walk on stage today for my career sales of $100,000.

Career Sales Award March

Then I had two business classes today – I Am Having Fun with Shannon West.  And she is always fun – we have had a little mini flash mob in the middle of class.  And the second was I Am Reaching Out with Emily Montoya – I got to sit with a new friend Judy Westcott – I was excited to find and meet her at convention.

And look at this oh so cute Halloween project –

Well guess what – you can get all the supplies to make your very own in August – want to know how – just join my Stampin’ Up! team during the month of August.  The demonstrator starter kit is $99 and fully customizable now – so contact me today – Click here to email me.

That’s my wrap up for today’s news from convention.  Saturday is the final day and if you are a demonstrator – tune in for the Live Streaming of the closing general session – by going to the demo website to connect – that’s 2-4 pm Mountain Time.