We were given the Every Moment Stamp Set as a freebie. Now I'll be honest, its not one that I would normally pick or use, but I have to say I was very impressed with what we made. It may not be completely my normal style, but I really enjoyed learning different techniques and creating something different to what I normally do.
We created a card (you will have to ignore the smudge mark on the writing - my first time using a spritzer plus under pressure as I was surrounded by a lot of other extremely talented demonstrators!!!!! We made a mini gift card which I really like. Very quick and easy to make. Plus we made the little gift box which I think is really cute. A close up of the box is below.
We also created a Scrapbook layout. It was 6x6, but I have just added it to a 12x12 page so that it fits in my album.
The Regionals was a great time of getting to know other demonstrators and learning some great new techniques. I really enjoyed the day.
In May I will be attending the annual Stampin' Up! Convention in Melbourne. This will be my first time and I am extremely excited! There are around 500 demonstrators that attend the Convention and I am sure it will be a wonderful time of learning (and shopping in Melbourne!!!!). I am busily working on my swaps at the moment, but will have more cards and things to share in the next few days. I'm determined to be better at posting on my blog.
Just on another note, I have some dates available for workshops coming up in the next month and it is a great time to host a workshop as the New Autumn/Winter Mini catalogue has been released. There are some great new products and just by hosting a Workshop you have the opportunity to earn FREE Products along with hostess stamp sets, a free catalogue and a gift from me just for booking. So get some friends together and contact me to arrange a Workshop date.