Friday was packed full of surprises, friends, and fun!
New Thinlits big shot dies were announced - and are available now for purchase. This picture shows a card made with the circle thinlits.
Here is a picture of a card made with the label thinlits. They are just so much fun, and so easy to do! We will be making a card with the label thinlits at the August Stamp Camp - you can register here:
During the general session - I won a prize patrol! I was given the new Decorative Window Gift Boxes from the Holiday Catalog, along with Linen Thread, a pack of Hardware Clip Essentials, and an awesome personalized stamp.
After general session was done, we were free to spend the day in the Demonstrator Resource Center. One of the things we were invited to do was to take part in a service project. We put together 3,000 "Birthday Kits" for kids who have to spend their birthday in the local Children's Hospital. The kits included banners, journals, and other fun stuff.
On of the other new products announced was the new Undefined line. Undefined is Stampin' Up!'s new stamp carving line. The kit comes with everything you need to carve your own stamp! It sounds a lot more challenging than it is; and it is so much fun! My friend Lisa and I decided we wanted to make puzzle piece stamps, in honor of our girls who are both on the Autism Spectrum.
After a full day in the Demo Resource Center, it was back to the hotel for a quick change. We then rushed back to the Salt Palace for Awards Night, which was followed by a 25th Anniversary Party.
Throughout the whole party, we had live music provided to us by The Spazmatics.
This party had everything that a great party should have. Yummy dessert - check! Party Favors - check! Fun music - check! Games - check! We even had a fun green screen photo opportunity.
|From L to R: Me, Lisa, Jacque, Jill|