Wednesday, March 31, 2010

My First Workshop

I finally took the plunge to try to move from hobby demo to business demo. Here are some samples I worked up for my very first workshop ever!

A 6x6 scrapbook page. Love those tulips made with the wing from the 2 Step Bird Punch!

I really wanted to try the flower vase thing I have seen so many demos doing lately. Such a nice use of the Ornament Punch, what a lot of folks would consider a one season punch.

This is a case and I apologize I can not remember from who, sorry. I added the those Embosslits....and added Hello Baby from the Teeny Tiny Wished stamp set punched with the Word Window and (eeks forgot the name) punch. Such a versatile card by changing the greeting.

Thank you Dawn Griffith for showing this card! She is oen fabulous demo. The ladies at my workshop LOVED this card and were totally amazed how quick and easy it was. Once again, elegant and versatile. I did use the Embosslits butterflies and I believe Dawn Griffith used the Butterfly Punch. This was my demo card at the workshop.

This was the sample that I took to the workshop and wowed myself with how quick and easy it was to put together!
My first workshop was small with just the hostess and one guest, but my goodness did we have a good time! Nothing goes better than stamping with good friends...thank you Heather and Caron!
Thanks for stopping by!!


  1. I understand how you feel. That happens to me too. But don't take it personally. My upline once told me that it doesn't matter if just one person shows up, have the workshop or class anyway. You never know, that person might become your best customer or downline. And in my case that is exactly what happened with one of my first workshops, my friend was the only person that showed up. She is now one of my downlines! Good luck on your next workshop! You did a wonderful job on the projects! They are beautiful!!!

  2. Hope everything is going well after your first workshop. The projects look great! Following you from the thread on SC. I'm at