I thought I would post another scrapbook page before I head into town for my Technique Night. I will try to post pictures of the cards we make tonight up later. There is nothing I like more than a visit to Tanner's Orchard in the fall. Marty, Steven, and I met up with some of our friends and spent the afternoon there last October. Steven even got to sit on a tractor!
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
I sent out emails last week about my exciting promotion to manager for Stampin' Up! I have all of my loyal customers to thank for the new position. To have the title of manager you have to have at 6 active demonstrators in your downline, as well as sell over $8,000 worth of product in a 12 month time period. As my thank you for all your help I offered a lottery where one lucky winner would win the stamp set that has been on their wishlists, but never made it to their shopping cart. I am very happy to announce that Sherry Urbanc, my mother-in-law won! She will be adding Teeny Tiny Messages to her stamp shelf. Congrats Sherry!
When I was pregnant with Steven I promised myself I would make a scrapbook for each year of his life. I have only scrapped about 4 of my wedding pages, none of my honeymoon and we have been married for more than 5 years, so I was determined to do it differently with the baby. My Digital Studio has helped me attempt to keep up. If I have 20 minutes free I can sit down with my laptop and start a page. There is nothing to lay out, create a huge mess that I eventually have to quickly clean up. I have access to over 100 stamp sets, over 250 different types of paper, not to mention buttons, brads, ribbons, etc. All at the touch of a button. Here are a couple pages I quickly put together while Steven was napping today.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Steven has been begging Momo Ray for a slumber party. She took him Sunday morning and wants him till Monday night. I thought I would get so much cleaning and such done, instead I ended up watching movies, scrapbooking, and napping. There are so many different things you can do with My Digital Studio and I feel like I learn more everyday that I play with the software.