Whim So Doodle before although I have known the owner Jill since we met way back in 2010 at Ranger U. Her shop is quite amazing. I have never seen this many Stamper Anonymous sets in one place. Wow! I sure wish this was my local scrapbook store, as they have stamps...
As I said, I taught 3 classes at Whim So Doodle.
The Live Configurations Book, Christmas Burlap Panel and the Gilded Christmas box. So many nice ladies in the classes...Sue, Fay, Pat, Lori, Cindy and Carol, Suzette and Rachel, Jan and Jenny, Angela, Heather, and many more. Thank you for being so kind and great to work with!
We moved along at a good pace and everyone went home with a finished project in every single class. I love that!
The tutorial for the little door can be found here.
The second half of my trip involved a stop over in Arizona for a production meeting at Tim's house (thank you Mario for the ride up the hill - always a pleasure to be in your company!). I always love coming here, but especially at Christmas time when the house is decorated. How lucky am I?
We had our meeting, planned the CHA make and take, worked on our plans for the CHA booth, ate some great food, and shopped for some wacky presents (when school gets out next week, my nephew and I will be making Ninja-bread cookies). I have learned to never underestimate Walgreens for kooky presents. Thank You Tim for this valuable lesson, lol.
Cortez Street Emporium. They had an amazing wall of letters at very good prices.
One of the highlights of my job is working with the designers who create the show samples for us. The 2014 release is amazing and they are really working hard to make samples that will show off the new paper and products. Only a few more weeks till the sneak peaks start. Exciting times!
Now carry on,