Friday, May 16, 2008

Salt Lake City, here I come!!

Along with lots of other Stampin' Up! demonstrators, I am anticipating the annual convention in Salt Lake City. This year will be really special because it is SU's twentieth anniversary. Registration was last week, and there was lots of buzz about it. I even received a post about stamp sets that will be continued in the new catalog so that people could start preparing swaps! Speaking of swapping, that is the reason for today's post. Swapping is a huge part of the excitement of the convention, and of course, you need to plan ahead. You need to come with lost of swaps, and of course, you need a great bag to carry all of your swaps in! Well, I found mine last week, and here it is. I happen to love fabric almost as much as stamps, papers and ink. (I was a quilter for over 25 years and then stamping entered my life!) Anyway, the bag,from K & Company, is by a young designer, Amy Butler, and my daughter and I are crazy about her fabric. Can you keep a secret? Don't tell, but I bought a bag for my daughter and my down line to take to convention. Shhh.....


  1. That sounds like fun, have a great time! Too funny you are a Stampin Up demonstrator. All this time I thought
    me and one of our other neighbors were the only ones in town stamping and obsessivly buying stampin up stamps! It would be nice to get together sometime!!

  2. I'm having a class next week. It's posted on my SU! website. But we don't even have to get together for class. Just give me stamps, some chocolate...
    Hope to hear from you soon!

  3. I love the bag, where did you get it? I only find the big shoulder bags, I LOVE the size and shape!

  4. Kirsten:

    I found the bag at my local Michaels store.