I survived without being talked into becoming a demonstrator. I attended as a guest to my demonstrator, Erica. It was a lot of fun. We got to the convention center about 8:30 and sat in a waiting area ate a breakfast sandwich from Dunn brothers. We sat at a table with Ramona from Aberdeen, South Dakota. She came all the way by herself. She will be leaving with a couple new friends. We did a little card trading until it opened. Once the doors opened trying to find a place to sit was a challenge we made our way to the front and we finally found a table with 3 ladies already sitting there, we asked if we could join them, they said yes.
We put our items down and headed to the middle of the room to do a little more trading. It was so much fun to see what other made. I got A LOT of inspiration from all the creative gals.
here is Shelly the owner of Stampin' Up
The convention center full!
Here is Erica, Ramona and me.
Shelly's latest creation.
Here is my card that I created for trading.
I made about 80 of them and came home with about 8.
I also made a 3-D project to trade, I forgot to take a photo of it.