Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Montana Workshop and Stamp Camp

Let me preface this a bit for those of you who may not know. Kim is one of my downline and BFF. She has a genuine interest in doing this as a business and wanted some help in getting to that point. As her upline I gave her tons of advice and support and as her BFF, I took full advantage to push her as hard as she would let me. No mercy on that girl, she worked her tail off! To make a long story short, I challenged her to many, many things along the way and the end reward was that I would go to Montana and help her do her first show and organize a large event. She's been working on all of this for about 6 months and finally she completed all her tasks. She generated new customers has 3 recruits!! It was time for me to make good on my end of the bargain. It was pretty easy compared to hers! I flew to Montana and helped her do her first show which I will share with you today and a large event that I will share with you tomorrow. We had so much fun planning these!

Kim's workshop was a blast! This was her very first actual demonstration in a show/workshop setting.

We kept with the Halloween theme we had going for the week and showed off several cute things. She demonstrated a cute 3x3 love note size card, the candy wrapper die-cut, a full size Halloween card and the cupcake box that was demonstrated on Main Stage at convention this summer.

The cupcake box has 4 compartments. Two hold the cupcake wrappers made from the Perfect Settings die-cut, one for 3x3 cards which she demonstrated above and one for cupcake picks which I didn't get a good picture of. They were the witches feet on a pick so when you put them in the cupcake it looks like the witch went in head first.

I got to show off the completed box. Great pix, huh?

For dessert she served yummy cupcakes decorated with the Table Setting die-cut wrappers. Her guests wanted to keep them even tho they had frosting on them!

While I was demonstrating my part...somebody was not paying attention! That's what it looked like but I think she was looking up the page for the Candy Wrapper die-cut! Ü

I got to meet two of Kim's downline (my second level), Leah and Jackie. Super nice and crazy girls! They have a lot of fun in Montana!!

While getting ready... Kim and Nooka sharing rhinestone jewels in their noses. I guess Stampin' Up! isn't just for paper crafting!

Also, I've had lots of inquiries asking if I will be doing another 12 Days of Christmas this year. YES!!! It is set to launch October 1st and will be released for sale on the 11th. I'm working on it now and have some pretty darn cute things to show you... I'm SOOOO excited!!

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1 comment :

  1. Becky,

    WOW, what an Amazing Workshop and Stamp Camp!! Love everything of course. Looking forward to the 12 Day of Christmas that you are working on. Thanks for sharing the pics of all the fun!