• Centre Stage OnStage 30th Birthday Celebration

    OnStage 30th Birthday Celebration

    Yesterday was Stampin’ Up!’s OnStage 30th Birthday Celebration and it was amazing! I attended my local event in Auckland along with a couple of hundred other demonstrators. Firstly, the night before I was invited to the Centre Stage dinner. I recently promoted to the title of Silver Elite and attending this dinner the night before On Stage is one of the perks.

  • On Stage – Celebrating You

    November and April are both special months in the Stampin’ Up!® calendar as that’s when On Stage is held.  The theme for On Stage Live 2016 in Brisbane was ‘Celebrating You’ and it set the tone for what was the best Stampin’ Up! event I have attended. It was wonderful to have so many of my team there and be part of a large group, it was much more fun than ever before. What is On Stage? – It’s a gathering of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators and staff around the world. We craft, talk business, share ideas, celebrate achievements and launch new catalogues. Getting to go to On Stage is definitely one…

  • Paperartsie Team Play Date

    This time it was a get together with others for a  Paperartsie team play date. We arranged to meet and everyone bought a plate for a shared lunch, 3 of us prepared projects to teach and Barbara had some extra projects for those who had time to stay a bit longer. It was a fabulous afternoon! Team Projects These are the 3 projects we all made together as a group. The centre card is a twist and flip (or something like that). It is in 3 parts, one of them makes the inner part flip out when you open the card.  

  • New Catalogue Extravaganza Projects

    I had a fantastic weekend with the Auckland Extravaganza on Saturday! The day went so fast with quite involved projects meaning everyone left happy but a bit tired! Please enjoy this showcase of the five projects everyone made:

  • Launch Party Projects

    Wow, It’s been 2 weeks since the launch party and it’s been full on. On the day 4 lovely ladies joined me and had a great time, first they enjoyed looking at the samples I’d made using supplies all from the new Annual Catalogue. Do you know I took no photos on the day! I know, how bad is that! Therefore you will have to imagine a table filled with samples, sorry. Next I had a challenge in the form of a catalogue scavenger hunt. I had a series of questions and the guests had to answer them using the new catalogue. It was an open book game but it…