Sadly today was the last day of Stampin’ Up! Convention 2012 in Salt Lake City. I have SO enjoyed this time with my Stampin’ Up! family to learn new things to help me grow as a demonstrator and as a woman. I love this company, and you know what? They love me too. They love all demonstrators, and there is no event like Convention to truly feel that love. I really hope that all of my downline can experience this amazing event next year!
Our last day was just as fabulous as the days before. We started our day with breakout classes. I always love the classes, but let’s face it, you’re here for pictures. 🙂
In the afternoon we went to another round of make n takes!
The fabulous Kim, my travel buddy and up up up upline, was our make n take helper. We made sure to bug her for help at every opportunity. 🙂
There was big mega news at General Session in the afternoon! It was SO exciting!!!! Stampin’ Up! 2014 Grand Vacation: Western Caribbean Cruise! WOW!!!! They’d announced the Getaway Vacation location at Awards Night, drumroll….San Diego!!! Awesome!
They streamed this announcement live to all demonstrators through the demonstrator website so we could share the experience with everyone! It was super cool how they revealed it too! Rich was in a fortune teller booth and Shelli and Sara paid him in stamps to reveal the surprise!
No general session is complete without a stamping presentation! Sara showed us (and those watching at home) a fun bunch of projects!
Next up was was Carrie Cudney with her beautiful flower projects! They were so lovely!
And of course no Stampin’ Up! Convention would ever end without some prizes! So IN ADDITION to the 3 stamp sets we received in our Convention bags, we also got these two sets during General Session!!! Thanks SU!
Wow, I look tired! I guess it’s proof I had a really really really great time!
I look forward to seeing some of my Stampin’ Up! friends on the Getaway Trip to Hilton Head Island in September!
Please note: Less than 1% of all demonstrators earn the Stampin’ Up! Incentive Trip each year.