Sunday, 21 March 2010

Two little dickie birds

I held a team meeting yesterday for members of my downline. For those who don’t know, when you sign up as a Stampin’ Up!® demonstrator, you have to sign up through an existing demonstrator. This is a great system as it means you have somebody to guide you through the signing up process and help you along the way, should you want it of course.

I now have a reasonable-sized team and some of them came along for yesterday’s get-together, where we made colour charts, talked about our recent training sessions in Sheffield and Coventry, saw some stunning demonstrations from Kelly and Tracey and, naturally, made a couple of cards.

This is one of our Make & Takes, made with brand new products from the new Mini catalogue, which goes live on 1st April. I will be holding a special Mini Catalogue Launch event on Saturday, 24th April, 9.30am-noon, so be sure to register for a place on this so you can see even more gorgeous goodies from this little gem of a catalogue.

As I mentioned about a week ago, at the training event I attended in Sheffield, we made swap cards and I received lots of fabulous swaps in return. The card on the left is one of them, received from the very talented Monica. I thought this would be perfect for a Make and Take so remade it in some of my favourite colours for the card on the right.

I’m not going to list the recipe just yet: I want to see how many new products you can spot!

All products by Stampin' Up! ®

3 comments:

  1. Beautiful ! a nice project for the begening of the season.

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  2. Very nice Helen I think I'll have a go at that when I get a minute. Seen Elizabeth, she had a great time!!

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