Thursday, August 13, 2009

News. Finally.

Hi everyone.  I know you’re all probably thinking I’ve run off to a desert island, but unfortunately the reality is not quite as exotic.  This week I resigned as a Stampin’ Up demonstrator after a very long and difficult few weeks.  I’m not going to go into details here, but instead focus on the positive side of all this – lots more time for coffee, walking, squash, coffee, shopping, coffee and of course stamping!   YAY!   Did I mention coffee??   See, every cloud DOES have a silver lining.  AND, this is the fastest I’ve ever lost weight, and I’ve ALMOST weaned myself off chocolate… I’d better try and fix that!

So, the good news is that I’m having a huge sale of all the stuff I’ve accumulated over the past 2 1/2 years, including lots of brand new sets, all at the best prices you will get anywhere!   These will be available to purchase for about 2 weeks.

I am currently putting together a list that I will put onto my blog later this week for you to check out, otherwise just send me an email if there’s something you are wanting to get before I sell it to someone else!

Now for some stamping – over at the WE Stamp blog we are having our latest WE Stamp Wednesday sketch challenge.  Here’s my card for it – go over and check it out, and even upload your creation if you like.  The next round of WE Stamp is starting on 15th September, and is going to be staying at the AMAZING price of NZ$20 – that’s less than $1 per day! 

WSW Challenge 2
This card was made for my wonderful friends Cherie & Angela – friends like you are hard to find, and I’m absolutely blessed to have two of you!!

Have a fabulous day everyone.



Keryn Campbell said...

Gorgeous card Michelle.

Make sure you keep in touch via my blog.

We'll have to hope that we cross paths on a squash court.

Jo Eades said...

Wow Michelle, that comes as a bit of a shock, especially with the great success you've had as a Demo. I wish you all the very best for the future.



delysc said...

whoa Michelle!! All the best!!!

Karen R said...

that is so sad to lose you as a demo!! Glad you still love stamping & blogging (I hope) though so we can still share & go ohh at your wonderful creations

all the best for the future Karen

Kelly Slattery said...

WOW Michelle that's big news! I'm sad to hear it, but want to wish you all the VERY BEST for the future. Enjoy your coffees :o)

Trudi said...

We're going to miss you as a Stampin' Up! demo, so will have to catch up over coffee more often.
Thank you so much for your support and encouragement over the last couple of years - I would never have lasted this long if I hadn't had a friend as wonderful as you.

angelacorbett said...

What can I know how I feel. Good luck and take care. I will miss you.

Jacqui J Creative Today said...

I have to say I thought this was a cruel joke as it came as such a shock! We met a couple of years ago and since then I have been to almost every class and learnt so very much. It's hard to image this has come to end. I guess I haven't needed the classes for a long time but still went as they were such fun and a chance to catch up with a good friend and lovely family (including the perfect husband of course). Michelle, you are such a great demonstrator, teacher and friend. It's hard to see a good side, although I know they'll be many for you including more time for life itself. I guess my bank account will look alot healthier!

Rachael Knight said...

Whoa Michelle! This is a shock, and sad to hear. I hope you are still going on the trip next week?? I was looking forward to getting to know you a little better!

I hope you are OK, and that you will still keep on stamping, don't waste that awesome talent you have!

All the very best,

Teneale Williams said...

Hi Michelle,

I just wanted to say I am SO surprised about your news, I check your blog all the time after enjoying your Wow presentation at Convention so much. I am happy to hear you are going to at least continue blogging.


Jenny said...

Wow Michelle - huge news! Huge decision. Good luck with wherever life is taking you :)

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