Highlights from Stampin’ Up! Convention 2015 . . . Plus a Paper Pumpkin Deal!

 

Well, Georgia's highlights anyway!  It was a very special year of celebration for me!  What made it so special?  I'm so glad you asked!  Let's just see the photos in progression!

 

First, the celebrating began with my team at a yummy dinner and then attending a fun team event hosted by fellow demonstrators, Patty Bennet, Janet Wakeland, and Janice Weightman!  After stamping 3 fun projects, we had this fun photo opp!

 

Team Photo

 

While convention is always special,  it was extra special for me this year because I had the privilege of celebrating the success and hard work of two members of my team! 

 

First, celebrating with Becky Edson as she reached her $100,000 milestone and received a $1000 bonus check and a lovely ruby pin!  I captured her waving from the stage during the Milestone March during one of the General Sessions!

 

Becky 100K Milestone Snip

 

Next, celebrating team member, Christine Pierce, as she worked very hard to earn (I choose to deliberately say earned!) the Grand Vacation this year . . . an all expense paid vacation for two on a Mediterranean Cruise!

Med Cruise Graphic

She and I will be taking our husbands with us in May 2016!  Here we are celebrating together on stage!

 

Georgia & Christine

 

I am so proud of both of these women and am super grateful to have them as members of my stamping team!  They both contribute soooooo much!

 

Christine and Becky

 

Finally, I'm super excited to have once again earned a place in the Founder's Circle 2015! (Top 100 demonstrators in the US)  

 

Founders 2015 Names

 

This award comes with an all expense paid trip of pampering and adventure to St. George, Utah, this September with this amazing group of fellow demonstrators!

 

Founders Circle 2015 Group

 

 

. . . also proud to be included in this group of  fellow Minnesota demonstrators that earned this honor this year!

 

Founders 2015 MN

 

I promise I'll have stamping samples in my next post . . . just haven't had time since I returned home!

 

Are you a Paper Pumpkin subscriber?  If not, you're in luck!  You can sign up from now through September 10th and get your first two months for half price!

 

Paper Pumpkin half off July 2015

 

Now through September 10, new Paper Pumpkin subscribers can get 50% off their first two months!*
 
Go to my PaperPumpkin site to join!
Use promo code: HALFOFF!  You must sign up by Thursday, Sept 10, 2015, at 11:50 PM (MT).
 
 
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Additional benefits to being a Paper Pumpkin subscriber:
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Gigueresiggy 

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