Yesterday was the OnStage local event in Perth. We had a great day of presentations, demonstrations, the new catalogue (it’s amazing!) and best of all, getting to meet some of my team mates, Leisa Pedersen and Marian Fleming! Most of the team were in Sydney but we were able to join them through the wonder of technology-here’s photo of the team members who attended the Sydney and Perth events!

Exchanging swaps and having a chat with other demonstrators was a lot of fun and look at the swaps! The cards in the first picture (top left to right) are from Danni Clarke, Judy May, Sandra David and bottom row (left to right), Ann-Marie MacGregor, Jenny Bowman and Maxine Norrish.

I also received a number of specialty swaps-check these out!

Affirmation in a bottle from Kelly Kent, tea bag holder from Tracy Grant, I love stamps badge from Charmaine Black, sticky note holder from Julia Wisker and the card on the left is a pop out card-not seen one of these before it was quite a surprise (right). This amazing card was made by Jackie Aiken.

And finally, I wanted to say a special thank you to Kylie Bertucci, team leader, for her card and gift and my team mate Marian Fleming for her lovely card and pen x

The next OnStage events will be November 2017-look out for announcements on locations soon!

Thanks for stopping by-Lisa x


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