Friday, May 1, 2009

Convention Day 1, part 5, swap cards given by attendees to Stampin' Up

These cards were put into baskets by attendees for Stampin' Up head office, apologies for the reflections, I wish I could have taken the plastic bags off it so I could get better pictures but with so many people waiting to take photos it would be extremely selfish of me to do that and hold everyone up. Some were absolutely gorgeous, many attendees who came and didn't do swaps were kicking themselves when they saw all the beautiful and exquisite designs.
even if you have to do what I did and stay up till midnight 
and then again sit in the car and finish them off before doors open LOL 

..........................that's it folks for day 1 and I am going to bed because I am sooooo tired (note to self never leave it to the end to finish off swaps and then get up and continue)

Now I've had to put each page up and display them singly because viewers that have dial up would have a problem as there are lots of photos for each entry so if you have come to this page for the first time you would have missed the other 4 entries

Convention Day 1, part 4 Display items from Wise Investment Class

The following cards were a display put up by one of the presenter demonstrators 
Alison Charlton of NSW, the class was titled Wise Investments. She taught us how to workout if a stamp was worth buying and how many sets you had to sell to break even, 
very informative class. I think I took the most notes from this class.

BTW all the power point presentations are going to be released on the Stampin' Up 
website sometime this month for all of you to see (that's a good idea because I didnt retain all the information we got and there was not enough time to write down everything).

.................coming up Swap cards given to head office by attendees

Convention Day 1, part 3 cards and layouts sent in for display

These are all the designs sent in to head office when they asked for display items,
 you might see one of yours here if you sent any in.
Apologies for some of the blurry ones, it was hard getting photos taken with so many people standing close up trying to take pictures and then you have multitude of flashes and light bouncing off the photo graph layouts

..............coming up display items from Wise Investment class