Convention — Day 4

17 Jul

It’s 1:45 am MT. What a day I’ve had! It started with doughnuts, coffee, and sausage (We HAD to have protein, don’t you know?), delivered to the hotel room by the mom and aunt of one of my roommates. Sweet!

Then, we were off and running!

For two hours, our group gathered around a table with  our craft keeper, a plastic shoebox filled with stamping necessities, and all of our supplies to create project after project after project. WooHoo! Talk about stampin’ for sanity! Did you know that when you stamp with friends you’re framping? Today, I was definitely framping!

Lunch. General Session. And it was over. Friends who share a love of stamping and one another will go their separate ways. But friendships made, or renewed this week, will be lasting. Stampers LOVE what they do and they LOVE sharing it with others. I’d love to share what I love — stamping. If you’d like to be a part of this incredible experience next year, mark your calendar for July 18-21. Plan now to meet me in Salt Lake City for Convention 2011! Join Stampin’ Up! this month for only $99! Click on the “Group Therapy” button (on the right) to learn about this incredible opportunity!

A farewell dinner with all our friends. A shoebox swap (Yes, a shoebox swap…a stamper can never get enough of a good thing!) Finally, at midnight or so, it was back to the hotel room to pack. So, now, here I sit, typing away. My three roommates are in bed, trying to get a few hours of sleep before the wake-up call at 4 am. Mine will come just a couple of hours later so it’s time to close.

Until we meet again….HAPPY STAMPIN’!



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