This day had SO MUCH NEW that I will be having to add more info in the weeks to come.
The day began with stamping presentations on main stage. And, of course some prize patrols. Everyone gets a bracelet (like the ones you get at a theme park) and this year they were all different Stampin’ Up colours. When your colour was chosen everyone with that bracelet wins the prize patrol. I was Rich Razzleberry and I won a BRAND NEW product!!
Can’t wait to play with the new Thinlits card dies to create these super fun interactive flip-flop cards in a flash when…a few more days until I get home!
They also let us know about ANOTHER brand new product that is going to help you make almost any size envelope you can think of:
PLUS Stampin’ Up is opening up a whole new can of creativity worms with ANOTHER brand new product called…UNDEFINED!
Undefined is a stamp carving kit where you can create your own stamps! Logos, private jokes, or a stamp that reflects you is now just a carve away.
I particularly like the idea of carving my kids’ “signature” for their own stamp. Truly the possibilities are ENDLESS!
All Convention there was so much to do and see and take in with make and takes, project classes, business classes, social media labs, product showcases, and on and on. This morning I went to a couple mini project classes, here is one with some of the new items in the nearly released Holiday catalog:
I spent some time looking through all the display boards. SO MANY IDEAS….SO MANY PHOTOS….SO LITTLE TIME. They arranged some of the cards and pages and projects on the display boards to form words like this:
Lastly, was the awards evening and the coolest moment was when Heather Cooper, fellow Kaleidoscope Stamper, was called to the stage as the only Canadian demonstrator to earn the Rising Star Award. Congratulations Heather!
Following awards we danced the night away to the sounds of the 80s…no, seriously. It was another great day!