I've had oodles of messages asking how I am and I can say I am now lots, lots better and am going to get myself back in to the room of craft very soon - tomorrow I hope! Thanks for all your lovely messages.
Most of you know I've just got back from attending Stampin' Up! European Convention, which was held in Disney Land Paris!!!! I have a few photos to share with you. I didn't get chance to go in to the Disney Park itself but I did manage to spot Mickey in a space ship:
On arrival at Convention we were all given our convention bag with goodies inside, it included a gorgeous folder with a copy of the catalogue inside, a pen, our programme of events and a name tag:
Then it was straight to Momento Mall to pic up a few exclusive goodies:
I've not shown all the goodies - far too embarassed to do that. But you can see a gorgeous fabric bag, some shopper bags, an umberella, keyrings, snail leashes, a beautiful silk scarf and I think some pop up bins and book marks may have fallen into my shopping basket too. I was very lucky to be able to get an early visit to Momento Mall along with my fellow convention presenters. It was fab!
After Momento Mall in was in to the main stage and this is how the stage looked:
Next here are the stamp sets I was given along with the certificates I got on awards night:
I am absolutely thrilled to have walked the stage five times - I didn't get up there at all last year! Most of all I am proud to have been placed in 9th position for demonstrator of the year within the UK. I have an amazing team and all my customers to thank for that one.
Finally for today, a photo of some of the gorgeous gifts I received. The blue tub was filled with edible goodies for the journey down from Bekka, the Beau Chateaux tin and matching goodies were a gift from Emma, the Survival tin is from my Stampin' Up! grandma Natalie, the cute little box with flowers on from Zoe - who is an absolute star as she drove us all the way there and back - thanks so much Zoe. I also snuck in a box of tissues of Jo, too cute not too!
I hope I am able to find some decent photos of fellow demos and maybe myself too - the ones on my camera are so grainy, so watch this space!