Sunday, 19 October 2014

Homeward Bound

Sunday morning and Convention is over for another year. Noooo, back to reality I guess.

I have had a fabulous time in Brussels. This weekend has been filled with laughs, some tears and lots and lots of inspiration. Inspiration not just from the presenters on the stage but my fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrators. And, when I say Inspiration I don't just mean lots of card ideas and techniques but inspiration on how to run my Stampin' Up! business and inspiration from those demonstrators whose achievements over the last 12 months have been totally amazing.

I know that I would not be enjoying my Stampin' Up! benefits without the support of my customers and downlines, and you are all truly appreciated. I was very proud to receive another recognition this year and couldn't have been prouder that one of my downlines, Esther, also received the same recognition and we walked the stage together. Obviously I didn't get to take a photo but I asked a friend to take some and here is one of them, we had no idea where to look so I am amazed that it's not just the back of our heads.

I promised the other day to share photos of the other WOW Swaps that I received, so here they are.

Made by Kim Fee

Made by Rebecca Willmore

Made by Natalie O'Shea

Made by Christine Widdowson
Aren't they fabulous? Apologies for the crumpled white background on the photos - I took them while they were laid out on my hotel bed. If you are wondering where my WOW Swap is, check out my post from Friday, 17th October.

I have just finished uploading all my photos to my computer and I now have 560 to go through! No wonder I had to keep recharging my phone and my camera. Don't worry, I am not going to bore you with all of them. Especially since I also need to take photographs of the 30 other swaps that I received. My next task will be to choose the best 20 or so from the 590 for my Project Life Scrapbook that I am going to be putting together. More on that another day.

I will be posting photos of my swaps over the next week or so. I am not going to bore you with all of them at once, not that you are likely to be bored as I seem to have some amazing ideas that will satisfy all tastes.

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