September 29, 2009

Founders Circle Swap Cards

One of the exciting parts of Founders Circle was swapping cards with the top 125 Stampin' Up! demonstrators. I had enlisted the help of my husband and daughter, (they told me they were helping me under protest) to make my 125 swap cards. Barry ran the shimmer white CS pieces through the Big Shot, put 4 stampin dimensional on the back of each ornament and Emily was in charge of the elastic gold cord, putting my info on the back of the card, putting them in envelopes and making all 125 fit into my 2 shoe boxes. I was in charge of cutting , bow tieing and final QA( that's where we had issues), they had to be just right. Emily did a wonderful job packing them and they arrived in Utah all together. The swapping was like a grown up " trick or treat" as everyone came down the long line putting a swap card in your bag. If that wasn't enough fun we were in PJs and had a great evening snack.
Thanks for looking Cindy


Bill said...

I bet Emily and Barry were tuckered out after that factory run. That's a lot of cards to make. However, I'm sure the QA was top notch and didn't let anything by that wasn't top quality. Oh, and I love that Christmas card design. I'm sure you had bunches of fun during the swap.

Lori said...

The cards are beautiful! How nice of Emily and Barry to help you out. Are they also helping you organise all the new cards? I'm overwhelmed just thinking about it!I bet that requires some serious bribery! I'm sure you could find some eager-maybe even giddy- customers to help you go through them if the family is still resting from their previous experience.

Mitz said...

Congratulations Cindy! I'm so happy for you, you deserve it all.