Monday, December 8, 2014

Catalog Kickoff Gifts from Friends

I just had to share these awesome gifts some of my friends gave to me at the Catalog Kickoff Event last week. It has become customary for uplines to bring small gifts for their downline at Stampin' Up! events like Convention and Leadership. I am such a slacker and need to apologize to my downline and friends for not doing gifts this time. I simply did not have enough time.

But a few of my friends did and I was blessed to be on their receiving end of their awesomeness! Many thanks again to Mary, Karla, and Robin!

The first gift is from Mary McNeely. I cannot get over how cute this Santa Stache gift bag is!! She put some Lindt Truffles inside.
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This cute little tag topper wrapper is from Karla Endris. I love the way Karla used the All is Calm Washi Tape to add texture and color to this quick treat. I think I'll be making some of these for the kids' teachers.
This last gift is from my dear friend Robin Armbrecht. Robin is so incredibly creative! She always comes up with the best gifts. As always, she thought of every little detail. Robin took a manila folder and scored it to create a pocket folder. She include custom stickers to and flags to make the new Occasions Catalog. The stickers said things like "Must Have", "Love It", "On My Wishlist", etc.. She also included a notepad, pen, and a little "Stampin' Up! ROCKS" sign to wave during the premiere. Make sure to check out Robin's blog to see more of her creative genius!
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