Oh man, these days are so long. We leave the room at 7am and don't return again until 9pm. I am having trouble remembering where the day started!
More main stage in the morning. For the fellow demonstrators who have attended in the past, you will appreciate a pic of Brent Steele playing his banjo for us.
And here is a collection of all the projects he demonstrated on stage - HALLOWEEN!
A couple swaps, lunch, and classes in the PM. One class, Shannon from SU! made an actual call to book a workshop, and then they turned to us and told us to do the same thing. Isn't that a hoot!?! So if you got a call or text, you are on my short list! :) (or I didn't have your number in my phone since I didn't have my list with me - oops!)
We spent the evening at A Night to Remember, an evening of dinner, swapping, and make & takes with Linda Hansen. It was in the beautiful Joseph Smith Building in SLC, on Temple Square. Look at their lobby -
How about a couple of displays from the Artisan Awards? The Artisan Award is awarded yearly for those who submit the very best cards, scrapbook pages, and 3-D items. They are just out of this world!
An explosion box with the 3-D pop-up cake in the center, by Elizabeth Price. Just beautiful!
And OMG, look at this cake with detailed patterned and pearly flowers!?! This was created by Jodie Olver.
Thanks for stopping by!