Today was my quarterly demonstrator class that I hold for the girls in my group. We have so much fun when we get together to stamp and today was no exception. We did a total of five projects today and 3 of them used the Big Shot. We used every thing from the new Texturz Plates, Bigz Dies, Decorative Strip Die and even a Sizzlits Die. One project alone used three different types of dies. I wanted to incorporate different projects using different sized dies and let the girls know which "sandwiches" to make for which dies since they all vary. I even typed up all of the project instructions and listed which sandwiches to use for which die as a reference since we have a couple of new demonstrators in our group.
Here are some of the highlights of the day...
This is Carol "B" reading the instructions on one of the projects. I know that her mom, Carolyn is a faithful reader of my blog, so this one is for you Carolyn! (Hi there in Florida:))
Here are two more of my girls. Jacquie is on the left and Carol "M" is on the right. Both Jacquie and Carol and been demonstrators with me almost since I started. These are two very talented ladies right here!
Next we have Tina who started out as a customer and became not only a dear friend, but one of my downline recently. She and Carol B are from nearly two hours away and drive to my classes and events at my house. I have become very close to each and every one of my downline. They are truly very special people to me.
We were even joined by Jacquie's daughter Natalie who was "Stampin' Up!" a storm of her own in the sunroom just quiet as a mouse. She actually made a card, a gift bag and an entire handmade scrapbook on her own while we did our class! I hope her mom plans on signing her up as a demo in 8 years when she is old enough:))
So do you want a sneak peak of one of the projects from today? Well, here it is. I will showcase this project around midweek so stay tuned. Tomorrow I will feature a Big Shot project to share with you.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Be sure to pop back tomorrow for our Big Shot project!