Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Make n' Takes from Megameeting

I mentioned yesterday how I attended a Megameeting on Saturday for demonstrators in Laura's downline.  Events like this are one of the perks to being a demo and while Sale-A-Bration is on there are some great promos for anyone looking to sign up as a demonstrato. So if you are a Canadian and interested in this opportunity, contact me today, I would love to have you on my team.

Saturday was a whirlwind of activities.  It was so much fun and before I knew it the day was over.  I was actually a WOW presenter this time around and I received some high praise from some top ranking Canadian demos.  Boy did that make me feel good.  (I know, tooting my own horn)  So be sure to come back tomorrow to see what I presented and the couple creations I made to showcase my WOW.

Today though I thought I would share a few of the make n' takes we made.  They were a lot of fun and took only minutes to put together (yes it helped that everything was pre-cut - thanks Laura!!!)

Is this first card not simply lovely.  Lattice BigZ die cut layered on Lattice embossed cardstock.  I love the colours and love the simplicity of this card.


How about a great masculine card?  I guess I am ready for Father's Day :)  There is nothing girly about this card and yet it uses the simple easel design.  Love it!



Finally for today (I do have more to share but what fun is showing them all at once) here is a cute Easter treat we made.  Simple with a couple tasty candies tucked in a little baggie inside.





See you soon for more great posts from the Megameeting.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Margaret! Congratulations on being a WOW presenter at the demo get-together - hope you had fun! The make and takes are gorgeous especially the fathers' day card (my kind of card!) and that adorable little chick baggie!

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  2. Wow, Margaret! Being a WOW presenter is something special. I'm sure you did a great job. These are great make n' takes. I love the lattice card. So beautiful!

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  3. I love that masculine card. Great inspiration.

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  4. Thanks for sharing! That first card is GORGEOUS! And I love all the detail on the second card, usually masculine cards are so plain and simple - not that one! I'm going to send this link to my mom because she always struggles with keeping guy cards simple - she'll LOVE this one. Thanks for passing along the inspiration! And congrats on the awesome presentation! You don't have to worry about tootin' your own horn - we already know how amazing you are and totally agree with you! :)

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