More fun from the Leadership Conference

What a fun conference! Really, how many people get to say that they thoroughly enjoyed their business trip? I definitely count myself as lucky! :-) And I learned a lot too–many ideas that I plan to bring home to use in my stamp classes and clubs and with the demonstrators in my group.

The theme for Leadership was “Imagine the Possibilities” and I have to say that I’ve done little but imagine all the possibilities for cool projects with the new products in the catalog. Just ask everyone who attended my Stamp Club last night… I went on and on!

So want to hear some sneak peaks?!! You have to settle for hearing them rather than seeing them, as we’re not allowed to post new catalog pictures until the catalog goes live on January 19th. But never fear, I have my posts ready to go on that day already!!

Let’s see…what to share now? Hmm… how about NEW Big Shot Dies? There are many pages of them!! New CLEAR dies, so you can position your stamped images under the dies (think recipe card holders!), new BIGZ dies for cute boxes, and new dies for different occasions (my favorite is the cute cupcake, with separate frosting, candles and cupcake wrapper!). You’re going to love these… if you don’t have a Big Shot already, start planning now, because with all the new dies, you’re going to want your own Big Shot! (and of course I can help you with that… ;-) Just click here for details on my Big Shot Club…

The new embellishments are fabulous, too… the new Retro Fresh Style Watch (those cool sections in the front of the catalog that show how the colors, stamps, accessories and tools go together) is like an 80’s throwback, but much cooler than back in the 80’s. Picture Pumpkin Pie, Pacific Point, Summer Sun, Kiwi Kiss and Chocolate Chip, and then add those colors to CORDUROY BUTTONS! Yup, those corduroy buttons are in the catalog, along with other new fun toys… crocheted flowers, for one! I tell you… that catalog is gorgeous!


Oh, and did I mention that the food at Leadership is top-notch? Yum… those raspberries tasted even better than they look in the picture!!

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