Thought I'd share the project that my son created for school. He had to come up with some sort of advertisement for a product. Initially he chose a fictitious hat company, but was having trouble moving forwards from there. We brainstormed together and ended up using my Stampin' Up! business as a real-life example of a product. Having a real world item to focus on made this project so much easier for him! All of a sudden, it was much simpler to identify things like "target market" "message" and "product" – so the project was done quickly (much to the relief of BOTH of us! LOL you parents know what I mean).
So here is the poster presentation that he gave in class – and got top marks! Yay!
In case you're curious, he was focusing on the fact that you could learn to make cards by attending classes with me and using Stampin' Up! products. Always nice to have a cheerleader in your corner! …And of course, if you want to attend a class, you are always welcome! There's still a few spots open in March's card class but you'll need to RSVP to save your spot for Wednesday, March 6th at 7pm. 😉
My Stampin' Up! business helps fund my creative endeavours and I also use some of the funds towards family trips, which is why my son likes it! Of course, another thing that really made sure he was on board with my Stampin' Up! business was the fact that we were able to attend the Manager's Reception while at the Leadership conference earlier this year. We had already booked to be in Orlando as I was running the Disney Marathon when I found out Leadership was at the same time in the same place!! There was room for guests at the Manager's Reception, so I was able to bring my mom & son to enjoy my first time at this event. We had a FANTASTIC time. There is nothing like being able to run around The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at the Universal Park when you are the ONLY ONES IN THERE!! It was amazing… I didn't take my big camera, so these are shots from my iphone…but you get the idea, right?
Stampin' Up! logo at the reception
Hogwarts at night…
inside the wand shop, where the wand is picking the wizard!!
So grateful to have been able to share this fun experience with my family and my Stampin' Up! friends. Thanks to my team of demonstrators and all my customers for making this career so fun and rewarding.