In just one week, I’ll be on the plane with Mr Papercraft & the little misses, headed for Brisbane – on our way for OnStage and a family holiday!!!
I’m so excited – I can’t even tell you!
What is OnStage I hear some of you ask?!?
Every year there are 2 rounds of Stampin’ Up! events which are held at locations around the world in April & November. There are local events in many major centres and one ‘live’ event’.
Brisbane is lucky to be the ‘hostess with the mostest’ for this November’s international ‘live’ event!!! And I’m super lucky to be joining in the fun.
This week is going to be mad as I finish last minute preparations for my swaps, display board samples and all the projects I need to have finished before I jump on that plane.
This event sold out so quickly, so I can’t invite you along, but if you’d like to join me for future events, the only way to get on the invite list is to become a demonstrator.
Which brings me to the point of my post today (apart from sharing my excitement about leaving on a jet plane!)…
I wanted to share a sentiment borrowed from Lyssa Griffin Zwolanek (Song of My Heart Stampers)
Yep, that’s right! Joining Stampin’ Up! is actually not a big deal, not a big decision, not something to agonise over.
It’s just a great deal, a great opportunity, something that might work out for you.
If it doesn’t work out, doesn’t suit you or isn’t your cup of tea, then you simply stop being a demonstrator.
When we named the team Paper Adventures, we thought of some great pirate analogies. I haven’t had a chance to try them out yet, so here goes…
Join us at Paper Adventures and you’d be signing up with a great crew. The ship sails for as long as you want to stay on board and this Captain is not afraid to help you navigate the SU! seas (including help with technology!!!).
Ready to go? Join now by clicking this link. Be ready to spend $169 of your gold coins – but choose $235 of treasure with no cargo charge! And you’ll get a supply of books that show you where the rest of the treasure is!
Are we loving the pirate references? They are surprisingly easy – just like joining Stampin’ Up!!!