Well the Regionals have come and been. WOW what a great time I had.
My day started out by waking up at 6am to get ready to be at the train
station by 7.30am. Here I met up with some other lovely demonstrators
and we made the journey to the Convention Centre. As we stopped along
the way we kept meeting more and more demonstrators. We all talked
of events, techniques and our workshops that we do.
When we arrived at the convention centre we all lined up ready to sign
in. Here we where given out packages for the day, which consisted of
4 projects that we had to make. We then entered the room, found our
seats and then Aaron started his talk. He talked about what is coming
up what has happened and what we might see in the future. He also
spoke of his journey through his craft projects and then he showed us
how to make a card. We then were introduced to Bonnie, who also
gae us a talk on building our creative sides. Aaron and Bonnie were
both from Stampin' Up in the USA. Poor Bonnie she was dressed ready
and waiting for her breakfast which see thought was late as she ordered it
for 6.30am, but nothing was coming after making a call to reception she
found out that it was not 6.3oam but it was 3.30am....
Bonnie demonstrated a couple of projects to us as well which were absolutely
divine. We all then had time to do our make and takes we were given
on arrival. We heard from some other demonstrators on business building,
workshop wow's, different techniques and after the first couple my mind was
boggling. so many things to remember. We all took a break for lunch, then
we came back to finish off our make and takes. While we were all having
lunch it was time to catch up with other demo's and chat, swap cards etc.
After lunch we had more demonstrations and we actually fnished up around
3pm. Back on the train to head home and yep you guessed lots and lots
off demo's on the train all chatting about the days events.
We arrived home just after 4pm. Long day but well worth it.....
I do have lots of swaps, so will post some photos soon.