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Last Convention Update & Video

Ann arrived home safe & somewhat sane yesterday.  She was holding out on me!  She told me that she was going to rush home, but she & Bobbie stopped in Reno for Ann to have some face time with our newest 24/7 Stampers demonstrator team member, Jo.  That’s her in the mddle.  I wanted to meet her too because I hear that she really likes me a lot!  We are lucky to have a stamper of such high standards!

Reno-Jo
So, not only did they stop at Starbucks, but Jo made Ann & Bobbie some cool little presents!  Notice the sign over Bobbie’s head?  I should’ve at least been there to supervise!  Isn’t that a cool gift of 3″ x 3″ cards?

JoCards
Then, I unpacked this cool video from her luggage.  Well, I didn’t unpack, but I did sniff around a little more once I found Jo’s cool cards.  You can see the fun that everyone was having in Salt Lake City.  I’m going to have to speak to Brian.  Ann’s picture ended up on the cutting room floor this year, but it’s still a good video.  Get ready to finger tap to the new theme song! (RSS Readers can click here to view.)

 

If you’d like to join a fun team & maybe join Ann at convention next year, you should think about joining the 24/7  Stampers.  What a fun bunch!  And Ann’s not bad either!  There are just about 2 weeks left to take advantage of the $99 special.  Check out the list of cool stuff you get in this limited edition kit.  Then follow instructions to sign up here.  Or better yet, call me at 530-674-5090 & I’ll have Ann translate.  Or just email her direct here.

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3 Comments

  1. Ann says you can find 3-1/8″ square envelopes on page 182 of the new catalog & idea book. #107309

  2. I love 3×3 cards! These are so cute. Would be a delightful gift.

    What do you do for envelopes?

  3. Wow, thanks Ann (and Stamper!) for posting this super-fun video. Wish I was there!

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