One of the lovely perks of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is recognition. This year, 125 demonstrators were invited to St. George UT this weekend for a heavenly retreat. I thought I would share some of the fun while I'm here!
I have received two brand new stamp sets at the retreat but currently am restricted from sharing the images. I can promise you that they are very cool and am anxious to get home and play with them
kicked off with a quick workout for me, fabulous breakfast and an
uninterrupted hour with a book by the pool. I returned to my room for
the most incredible massage of my life (followed by a nap, LOL).
About 75 of us headed for the Olive Garden for dinner. Here I am with my tablemates.
headed off to Tuacahn, a beautiful red rock canyon stage to see Aida
(the Tim Rice and Elton John version). At one point, water began to
pour down the mountainside and ran onto the stage while the dancers and
singers entertained . . . wild.
Here's a shot I grabbed of the red rock formations. Very much like Sedona, if you have been there.
at the room, there was another surprise on the bed (I removed the
pretty striped ribbon–oops). The theme for Founder's Circle is all
about Growth, Blooming and Gardens. Hence, the Book the Secret Garden
(a keepsake version).
Shelli (Stampin' Up!'s CEO) personalized it which makes it even more precious.