As I have mentioned before, I having been trying to add a little Thank you in my orders. So since Valentines Day is just around the corner, I thought Chocolate was perfect! So here is my January Thank yous!
Hi everyone, We are having a great time at the leadership convention in San Antonio Texas. Here are the adorable gifts we got when we got here, along with our leadership bag! Wee had a great day today with a ton of great training. Donna Griffin and pasty Waggoner thought a great class called retaining and engaging your downline. Patsy had some great tips of encouragement and how to help your downline want to stay active. Then we attended a class with Shannon West about our title benefits. She went over all the perks in being a manager and what is to come with the next few promotions. The last class today was with Amy Swartz and Paula Critchlow on including a new generation in your stamping business. It was a great class, except for the horrible video they showed of me:). We have Reginals tomorrow and I am looking forward to a great day of information and stamping! I\'ll be home soon and back to stamping with lots to share. I am inspired and ready to grow my stamping team and business.
So I made a ton of Christmas Cards this year, as I do every year...that isn't my hold up! It's The addressing! So since Chirstmas came and went, I decided that I would do a New Year's Card on MDS(My Digital Studio) And here is what I came up with...
So even though I did not get nearly to amount of handmade gifts done that I wanted to
here is one I did...
I know the above picture is a bit difficult to see, and my watermark isn't really helping the situation! But it is an "R" made from corks. My mom had been saving them for some time, and I had taken them to make my parents this framed monogram for the wall. It looks much clearer in person:)
I know it is past Christmas, but I still have just a few things left to share! Here are two nugget tins that I made for the office staff at Makai's Preschool. I LOVE these tins! I had made a bunch up and sold them around the holidays...they were a hit!