Sunday, July 17, 2011

California Day 6 (Convention Day 3)

Today was the last day of Convention and although I am sad to see it end, I am definitely ready to go home. I miss my hubby :-( It's been a whirlwind week, and my mind is spinning with excitement about our new products. I can't wait to share what I've learned and saw this week with all of my friends and customers back home.

The sessions today were wonderful! In the first session, we learned a little bit more about the changes the company is making and the reasons behind those changes. There were also tons of new product give-aways, and I won one of our new paper packs! It's even better that it is one of my favorites too. Stephanie also won some of our new journaling pockets.

The second session was probably my favorite business class. During this class we made a memory game box. This is the first time that we have made something during a business class, and I must admit that it was a great idea! While we were working, the presenters discussed the new products and shared the benefits of each. Check out the picture below for the finished box.

At the closing session, we wrapped up the convention by reviewing the week, discussing the future, and watching a video from the past few days. My roommate and I were so excited to see that we made it into the closing video this year! We learned that next year, convention will be heading go Dallas, Texas. Hopefully I will be heading there this time next year.

Finally, Corp did something new this year, and held a crop session. We were able to work on our own projects or complete a mini album designed by the CTMH staff. The album is so cute, and it was so much fun to make. Again, the pictures of the final project can be seen below.

We took a few final pictures to remember our trip before retiring to our rooms for the night. Hope you've enjoyed these updates. Tomorrow is my last full day in California before heading out on Monday morning. One more day to do some last minute shopping and who knows what else. So long for now!

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