Friday, March 20, 2009

Pleasanton Scrapbook Expo Day 1 ...

... We had a lot of fun today. Bay Area Scrapbook Expo goers seemed to be in good spirits and the Kits2Remember booth was busy more often than not. A huge thanks goes out to my Krew: Kathi, Jenn, Kathryn, Gina, Erline and, my faithful cashier and Mom, Nancy. I couldn't have done it without you guys! You rock!

Here are some photos from today:


The Krew in our YuDu'ed shirts


The new line of Kits2Remember stamps.


Kathi got some shots of me teaching the Imaginative Magnetic Metal class.


My Mom at her post.


Kathi bagging up the merchandise.


And, last, but not least, Jenn mesmerizing the crowd with her knowledge of acrylic, rubber stamps and the Bind-it-All.

Looking forward to the replay tomorrow!

8 comments:

Michelle N said...

Jessica - was your Mom like 5 years old when she had you?? I had to read through this post 3 times to be sure I was looking at a person you called Mom. Lucky, lucky you to have her involved in your career. If you haven't already today, give your Mom a big HUG today!! Also, love the checkerboard set..VERY clever.

Carolyn said...

Thanks for sharing your Expo shots. The booth looks great with the new stamps, and the Krew look wonderful with the new shirts! Happy Scrapping.

Trina H. (San Martin) said...

Jessica - Really enjoyed your class on working with metal!! I also heard great reviews from those that took your acrylic class. Hope to see you again at the Expo in Santa Clara, we need more vendor's like you! Thanks again.

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