Saturday, 11 December 2010

Events page updated (a bit)

I've just updated the events page with news of my Punch Pals class. This is the class that many of you have been requesting since March - so I expect a full house!

Today I spent a lovely morning with some of my team - plus a couple of guests. We met in Pride Park in Derby for a morning of business ideas, demonstrations and, of course, some stamping. You can't put a group of crafters together and not make something! We all had a go at origami, learned a fab 3D project and made a card using a brand new Sale-A-Bration stamp set. Watch this space for more info about Sale-A-Bration!

One of the ladies was there to find out more about becoming a demonstrator. After chatting to us all, I'm pretty sure she was convinced it was a good idea. What gave me my first clue? Maybe it was her words: "It's a win-win situation!"

We'll be meeting up again in the New Year - if becoming a demonstrator is something you've considered, why not get in touch and join us?

Meanwhile, I am anxiously awaiting new camera batteries so I can upload my Christmassy projects. My batteries aren't completely flat - they will allow me to take photos but not upload them to my computer. Grrr.  I ordered some new ones online because it's much quicker than going to the shops, right? Well it is when you've not been living with a foot of snow for a fortnight and had barely any post for days!

Almost all the snow has melted now so normal service should be resumed soon. I hope.

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