Onstage is amazing and I am still kicking myself for only attending my first event last year even though I’ve been a demonstrator for 8 years. This is a demonstrator only perk that I do not plan on EVER missing again. Will you join me for the next Onstage?
This event was a little different due to Covid-19 but I was still super excited about the Virtual Event and I felt this opened the opportunity up to many more demonstrators that may not have been able to attend due to inability to travel. I registered for the Swag Bag which is showed above. This year there were virtual ribbons, but my friend Chrissy Graham and I decided to make our own badges to have something to remember this in years to come. The lanyard is a supply item that is available for demonstrators to purchase.
For the last two events I’ve been two Stampin’ Up! have been providing these pins and the idea is to swap with other demonstrators, but I’ve not done that because I don’t want to give up the pins.
Some of the fun with attending Onstage in person is competing in Swaps. This year my greater team and I decided to get a share house together on the Gold Coast, which was great as we also got to participate in the swaps and was a much better experience than sitting on my own watching the content.
This year I achieved a very big promotion in the Stampin’ Up! community and made it to Silver Elite. Any demonstators that reach a Silver Elite level or above also receive an additional Centre Stage gift. Usually there is a dinner associated with this but with the event being held virtually the gift was super special.
Virtual badges received from Stampin’ Up!
These are my swaps that I made. They hold a little glass dropper, which I thought would be useful when completing some craft projects when you just need to a tiny bit of ink. The dropper idea was provided to me by some of my Facebook Live followers when one video I made such a mess because I was not using one.
I did use some retired buttons that I had in my stash but I just felt they went so well and helped me complete the project and was something for the twine to tie around it.
I hope to see you at the next onstage.
If you would like a catalogue please let me know and I will pop one in the post for you.
If you are interested in any of the products used and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator I would be happy to help you place an order, or you can click on the product links below which will take you directly to my online store.