Saturday, October 1, 2011

Inspiration Meeting Part 2

Our table was set for the meeting with all the bells & whistles!
The Theme of our team meeting was
"Change + Grow= Ingredients to Convention"
Everyone received one of the change jars below to fill and refill until they have saved enough money for convention next year!!

Attending convention with my team is my goal for this year
and I hope to help each one achieve that goal that would like to go!

I will be vacationing in Salt Lake city, Utah at the end of October and will be touring the SU home office. Needless to say I am extremely excited.

SU Convention " The BIG SHOW" I like to call it is held there every year in July.
We also hope to visit the stamp distribution center in Kanab which is about a 2 hour drive from SLC.
So I plan to scope it out and get the lay of the land for our trip in July 2012.

This is our display table with tons of samples to inspire and rejuvenate our creative juices.

Close up of the change jar each team member in attendance received a jar to start their journey to Convention 2012
Not only does it take the fiscal change but also a change in the way we look at our business opportunity. Want to to go to convention. Join our team today!
Sitting pretty on the NEW Simply Scored Tool from SU
This was one of the make & takes we did. Love the new stocking die !
This one opens as a card and we used the new pewter embossing powder, the mini jingle bells, pizazz seam binding,the silver glitter paper for the top and the toes and heels.
Here is the inside of the card
which opens where you can put the sentiment of your choice inside.

Gently Falling stamp set in the HMC is my favorite set right now, I love the diversity of this set. You can do some two step stamping, resist emboss as we did in this card, with sponging and many other techniques. Look for more to come with this set in upcoming classes.
Gently Falling stamp set & French Foliage
Pool Party CS,More Mustard, Spice Cake DSP, Vanilla, soft suede
Same ink, spritzer tool, distressor tool, spice cake fabric, white embossing powder, sponging,
I love this vintage shabby chic look!

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