Friday, 18 January 2008

Sale-A-Bration Samples from Palm Springs

I'm so happy to be home and that life is back into a routine! I had a fabulous time in Palm Springs - learnt lots of great business tips and stamping tricks. I apologize for not posting from Palm Springs. I decided at the last minute to leave my laptop at home. And I'm happy that I did - I didn't need anything else to carry on the way home.

I did a lot of shopping! I love to shop - especially when I'm on holidays. If you are ever in Palm Springs you definitely need to go to the Cabazon Outlet Mall. Oh my gosh!! I could have spent a solid two days there and still wouldn't have hit it all. They have all the designer shops and fabulous prices! I would go back just for the shopping:) The weather was gorgeous, although we were in classes all day so we didn't get to enjoy it much.



These are just a few of the photos that I took of the display boards that I want to share with you. There was so much to see and my head (and notebook) is filled with ideas to share with you at upcoming workshops/clubs and classes. These are projects made using some of the upcoming Sale-A-Bration sets!
Remember that Sale-A-Bration runs from February 1st to March 17th this year. You don't want to miss out on the FREE product that will only be available for those 6 weeks. If you haven't already booked your workshop, please contact me soon, dates are filling quickly!
Upcoming Whack-A-Stack
I am also planning a Whack-A-Stack on February 15th using some of the new product from the Spring-Summer Collection. You don't want to miss out on this one. Try out our Rub-Ons, new glitter, beads and felt flowers! Details are on my website. Check back soon for a peak at some of the projects!
New Stamp Club Starting in February
For those of you interested in joining a stamp club, I have another beginning in February. Let me know if you would like the opportunity to build up your product, earn free stamps and learn new techniques. Stamp clubs are a great night out! Contact me for more info!
Until next time,
Sherry

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