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It's almost time for our annual Pacific Stampers Summer Stamp Camp! Come make four great projects, see a demonstration of a new product or technique, enjoy lunch, door prizes, a Silent Auction, and more!
The early bird registration is Friday, May 21st and is $40. In addition to all of the above, you will receive a Smooch Spritz with your registration! Registration received after May 21st and until the registration deadline of May 28th is $45.
And if you can't make it to Stamp Camp, but would still like to make the projects, you can order a packet of all four projects for only $10. Project packets include instructions all materials to make all four projects except for the stamp sets, inks, dies, etc. Project Packets can be mailed for an additional $2 per packet.
Click below to download the registration form and/or project packet order form.
Our group recently held another very fun and successful Stamp Camp! The day is filled with stamping great projects, a demonstration of new products or techniques, door prizes, favors, lunch and drinks, chocolate, and much more! What more could a stampin' girl ask for?!?! Here are some pictures from the day! Enjoy!
Everyone gets a personalized bag when they arrive. Brenda always makes a creative welcome sign for us, and this time was no exception!
She also makes beautiful favors for everyone!
We always have great door prizes!
Here are some of the happy winners!
We also have a table full of great samples for everyone to ooohhh and aaahhhh over!
Krista demonstrated the new punch style and showed several projects using the new punches!
We had four great projects!
Which resulted in a lot of happy stampers!
Thanks to my Pacific Stampers who work so hard to make the day so much fun for all!
If you would like information on attending one of our future events, please feel free to call or email me!
One of the things that I love about Leadership is that we always get a great bag! And this year was no exception. In fact, this may be my favorite Leadership bag so far.
My picture just does not do this great bag justice. I love the colors and the "Do What You Love" design!
I also got a Do What You Love journal from my SAM.
We also got several free stamp sets! Love them all!!
The Managers Reception was held at the Corona Ranch and we received the Love Bandit
stamp set as a gift that night.
In addition to the gifts that we received, we had the opportunity to buy some logo items in the Stampin' Up! Memento Mall. I bought the Designer Ribbon Watch, some Sweet Pea Reusable Shopping Bags…
And the Pink Flamingo Beach Towel and Flip Flops! Too cute!
If you would like information on attending Leadership and partaking in all the fun,
please feel free to call or email me!
Just got back home late last night after being gone at the annual Stampin' Up! Leadership conference! What a wonderful time I had! Learning new leadership ideas, stamping techniques, and meeting old and new friends! I'll be posting bits of what I learned and saw all week, so please check back!
Here is a picture of me and my friend Dawn Rapsas from New Jersey! We are in front of the Memento Mall and are holding our new Leadership bags! I'll be posting more pictures of the great things we received as well as some of the items we were able to purchase in the Memento Mall!
I was very happy that my friend and downline, Naoko was able to attend Leadership too! Here with are with Shelli Gardner, the CEO and Co-founder of Stampin' Up!
Here I am with Bonnie Thurber who is the Director of Demonstrator Training, but more important to me, a wonderful friend! Bonnie and I met at Founders Circle last year, hit it off and are friends for life!
Here are some pictures of other new and old friends from the trip!
I call these gals the Gilbert Girls! I met them for the first time this trip and feel like they are friends for life!
Here I am with Rhonda Morgan. Rhonda presented at the Regionals on Saturday and what a fabulous job she did. I just have to have everything she demonstrated!!
Here Naoko and I are with Pam Morgan the VP of Demonstrator Relations! In the second picture I'm holding a cute little milk carton that Pam made for me! So cute!!
Here are Tracy and Diana who are new friends from this trip! Diana also presented and did a fabulous job! I'll be ordering what she demonstrated with the order that I started based on Rhonda's demonstration!!
And here are my fabulous Sisters in Stamping! It was so wonderful seeing them and catching up!
Here we are at dinner on the last evening. I met so many wonderful gals and I don't have pictures of them all, but hope to see them all again soon!!
Don’t tell anyone, but I celebrated the big 5 0 birthday last month! My sister and her husband were living the high life at the Montage in Southern California, and left me with the three kids. (I’d rather be with the kids than at the Montage!)
Naoko invited the kids and me over for a quiet birthday dinner, but when I got there, it was really a surprise birthday party! I had no idea and I was truly surprised and happy to see my friends there to help me celebrate my birthday! We had yummy food and drinks, wonderful presents, and even a fun stamping project!
Here are some pictures from the celebration!!
Naoko made yummy cupcakes and made cute little cupcake holders using the Perfect Setting Big Shot die!
Amara, my friend Michelle’s daughter decided the cupcake holders also worked as a little crown! Isn’t she the cutest!
Okay, I guess Amara wasn’t the only princess there that night! Shelby was liking it too!
Steph liked her cupcake too!
Little Jacie has a sweet tooth and loved her cupcake too!
We had yummy food and drinks (Naoko’s husband Jeff was our bartender). Here are Sonya, me and Kehau! Kehua is multi-tasking as you can see, on the phone, eating, and posing for a picture!
After our yummy dinner was present opening time!! Here are the gifts from my wonderful nieces and nephew. A pair earrings from Alexa, a digital picture keychain from Craig, and a black and white polka dot shirt from Jacie! They each made me cards too.
On the left is my gift from Michelle. She knows that I love black, white and red, and got me a great black and white bag filled with all kinds of goodies! A desk organizer set with red rose pens, a set of black, white, and red cards that she made, two martini glasses with monogram J charms that she made, Cosmo drink mix, and a cute Hello Kitty Big Shot die! Thanks again Michelle!
Bess made the beautiful frame on the right for me! I need to find a good picture to put in it and display in my stamping room! Thanks again Bess!!
On the left is a beautiful card made for me by Lorinne, and a gift card for WalMart! Thanks again Lorinne, I can always use goodies from WalMart!
In the middle is a beautiful bowl from Shelby! I love tropical themed serving dishes and this one will get good use! Thanks again Shelby!
On the left is a darling card made for me by Sonya and a Chicos gift card. Sonya knows that I love Chicos and in fact I’ve already spent the gift card on a new Convention top! Thanks again Sonya!
Naoko surprised me with a UPS Ken and Stampin’ Up! Barbie! She knows that I collect Barbies, and these are two very special and very unique ones that will be added to my collection!! I’m sure to be the envy of many Stampin’ Up! demonstrators!
Here’s a close up of them. Aren’t they so cute!! I love them!
After presents, Shelby brought a project for us all to do. Altered clip boards. I got to make my first one and loved it! Thank you Shelby for bringing the project and for teaching me how to do the clip boards! Too fun!
My niece Alexa got to make a clip board too. She did a great job and ended up giving the clip board to her mom!
Bess and Lorinne working on their clip boards!
Sonya, Naoko and me with our clip board creations!
I had such a great time and thank everyone for making this such a fun birthday celebration for me!