Sunday, July 4, 2010

What a hectic few days

Well where to start with the last few days hectic but very enjoyable It has been like a rollercoaster ride this week of highs & lows so here goes. I was approached last week via e-mail asking if I would like to be featured in an article called the carnival of shopping, when I looked into the company who were producing the feature I was extremely flattered. We also had our higely popular Stampin' Up experience day to finish planning for & anyone that has ever organised a day like this will appreciate the thought & work that goes into planning an event like this. Well yesterday was the day of our 2nd Stampin' Up experience day & we were blessed with a breeze coming through the hall at Hethersett, otherwise it would have been very very hot< many thanks to all of you who came along & to our families for supporting us especially paul who got up at 6am to bake the brownies as we ran out of time on Friday night.
The next event we have planned is 31st October & with lovely sets that will be in the new catalogue & some of the ideas that we have planned I'm sure that the day will be as popular so if you fancy joining us then booking is essential
Also on Friday night I had a meeting with Lydia who has agreed to join our team of Stampin' Up demonstrators, I am sure that Lydia will enjoy her Stampin' Up journey & I look forward to showcasing some of work shortly. If anyone would like to know more about the benefits from joining Stampin' Up or would like to share our creative journey then please get in touch. Well I best go & get the camera out to start gathering together the projects from yesterdays experience day to sare with you later.
I also have added some more retired Stampin' Up stamp sets to my for sale section if your interested drop me an e-mail, if you need pictures then they can be found in the gallery at Splitcoast stampers or send me your e-mail address & I will take pictures of any that you are interested in.
Dont forget to check back over the next couple of days to see what we made on Saturday.

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