Part of the fun of Onstage is creating swaps. It's optional but a great way to meet people. Design something - usually a card front, and make as many as you want, then swap with others. This time round I made a scissor charm using the Up and Away Thinlits.
Twenty-five swaps means you get twenty-five ideas in return and you meet twenty-five people. I actually have only 22 swaps because I gave away some of mine!
Stampin' Up! is such a generous company and that is infectious. I gave a gift to everyone in my team who attended.
I dressed up some Mini Pizza Boxes in lorikeet colours because we are the Lorikeet Stampers.
Inside were some lorikeet chocolates and a little dangle with their initial on it.
And one of the lovely gifts I received was this beautiful thank you card from Stampin' Up! I was privileged to present on Saturday which I loved and this was thank you.
Stampin' Up! has brought so many positives into my life and it was lovely to share that thrill with others on Saturday.
If you want to know more about the joys of being an SU! demonstrator, please contact me. I have heaps to tell!
More about Onstage in future posts!
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