Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Stampin' Up! Convention 2015

I just got back from the Stampin' Up! Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah!!  
We had so much fun!!  

I can't wait to share everything I learned at convention with you at classes this month!!

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy these pictures from Convention.....

Stampin' Up! always creates beautiful banners to welcome us!!

 Here's a peak at some of the crowd just before they opened the doors 
on the first morning of convention.

 I always love the displays that Stampin' Up! creates - these were huge billboard-sized displays above the convention Main Stage entrances.

 Here we are...  all ready for the 1st day of Convention to begin (with Stacie, Heather and Melissa, my roommates and fellow demonstrators)

 These are pictures of the Main Stage before Convention began....

How about those awesome, larger-than-life flowers??

Here we are before the Awards Night began.
Stampin' Up! always creates fun photo-ops for us.....

 Melissa and Stacie

 Melissa and I

 myself, Stacie and Melissa

 Melissa and Lynn (a fellow Rubberqueen), before day 2 began 

 more Rubberqueens - Stephanie, Ronda, Melissa and Lynn

 Melissa and I

 One final picture of the stage and lots of fellow demonstrators waiting for the final day of Convention to begin - it always goes by so fast!!

I'll tell you a little secret...  Want to know my favorite part about Convention??   We got our copy of the Holiday Catalog!!!! - we spent the first day at lunch perusing every page in detail!!  I can't wait for you to see it!!  (unfortunately, Stampin' Up "rules" say we can't share pics of any of the Holiday Catalog product until it goes live....).  But, I can assure you... there are, as always!, so many fun, new things to play with!!  The Holiday Catalog goes live on September 1 - it will be here before you know it!!

I'll leave you with a great video that Stampin' Up! created with highlights from Convention....  I even made the video (at about the 2 minute mark!), along with fellow Rubberqueens/Achievers, Melissa Roberts and Kim Vogel.  And, just an FYI, the awards night was a 1920s theme - that might help explain all of the flapper dresses, headbands, and long strands of pearls!

I hope you have an Inkspired day!!

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