Stampin’ Up! OnStage is a Wrap!

It has taken me a couple of days to recover, but I had an amazing time last weekend (Thursday – Saturday) in Houston, Texas with thousands of demonstrators from Stampin’ Up! celebrating each other’s milestones and accomplishments and being introduced to new products from the 2024-2025 Annual Catalog that will be introduced in May. Of course, there was some training included, but when you get to put your hands on the new products and Make & Take projects, it’s all fun and games, almost.

Of course there is a LOT of walking, standing, waiting for doors to open so you can try and grab a really good seat and enough good seats for all of your team members, and we had a really great group this year:

Our t-shirts are in honor of one of our team leaders, Amy Storrie, who was not able to make the trip due to fighting breast cancer. This shirt was designed by another team member and the hastag reads #fightlikeamy.

As part of the stash of goodies one brings home from such an event, there is the merchandise from Stampin’ Up! from either Prize Patrol, classes or All Attendee Giveways:


And gifts from team mates:

It’s a good thing this was an event that was close enough to drive to, because I had twice as much stuff to bring back as I took with me so I would have had to pay for luggage to get everything back!

I also received a copy of the new 2024-2025 Annual Catalog which has been redesigned for an all new crafting experience. You will just have to wait to see it to know what I mean. But I think you will love it.

The new 2024-2026 In Colors are awesome and one of them is actually a returning color from back when I first became a demonstrator (2009)! They are: Pretty in Pink, Peach Pie, Shy Shamrock, Summer Splash and Petunia Pop.

I could go on and on about OnStage, but I will end it here for now.

I will come back tomorrow and share some of the swap cards that our team made that feature the upcoming Online Exclusive products coming soon in April.

Thank you for stopping by. Until next time, stamp on my friends.


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