Merry Christmas!!

I have just a quick post for you today!  I hope that you and your family/friends have an amazing day filled with joyous memories!  I have a couple more adorable Christmas Cards to share that I got from friends and they will round out the day for Christmas themed items.  I have been working SUPER hard on TONS of samples for upcoming classes and programs, I will share more periodically on my Facebook page (in between naps and snacking today, LOL!!)  So be sure to check out my page and LIKE me while you are there.

Here is the first card I want to share today.

Thank YOU for this adorable card Amy D.

Thank YOU for this adorable card Amy D.

I thought it was so clever that she turned the Doily die into a wreath!!

Of course embellished with Cherry Dazzling Details!

Of course embellished with Cherry Dazzling Details!

Then I got a sweet card from Erica with a pile of Cinnamon Rolls too- OH SO GOOD!

Awesome card created by Erica C. & Michelle B.

Awesome card created by Erica C. & Michelle B.

Check out this FUN technique… I totally took this card apart to figure out how to create it!

SUPER FUN!!

SUPER FUN!!

Before I head out to enjoy the day with my FAM I wanted to share with you a NEW video that I created for my TEAM MEMBERS!  I wanted to show them how I pack for classes and workshops, but this info is JUST as helpful for those who attend weekend scrap retreats too!  I am working on an entire training video series for my TEAM, if you are curious about becoming a Demonstrator give me holler and we can chat.

Simple video on how I pack for Workshops and Classes

Simple video on how I pack for Workshops and Classes

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Comments

  1. Great video! Thanks for sharing! Quick question: Do you take any samples to share? That is where I tend to get in trouble with too much stuff.

    • Great question Elisa, the answer is… it depends, Most of my classes and workshops are here at my home so there is NO need to drag all that stuff with me. But when I do have events and camps away from home I do take samples of upcoming classes, but that’s it! I don’t take too much stuff for a couple reasons but the biggest one is I never want to overwhelm my attendees, and when they see SO many samples or projects they tend to have “Information OVER LOAD” and that’s when I see them sort of throw their imaginary hands in the air before they even get started. It’s always a delicate dance, give enough to inspire but not so much they give up…

      I hope that helps, have a great day.
      Take Care~
      Erin G.

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