Doing Disney with Stampin’ Up!

A huge thank you to all of my fantastic customers and team members for helping to send my husband and me on Stampin' Up!'s Annual Incentive Trip to Disney! We just got back last night and had a WONDERFUL time! I thought I would share some highlights with you.

Thanks to having my husband with me, I have some great pictures of our trip!  I've vow to create a My Digital Studio scrapbook with them all and hope to share some of the pages in the not too distant future.  For now, here are a couple of Disney shots:

One of the best things about earning the Disney trip was being able to go with my daughter, son-in-law and grandson.  Seeing Disney through the eyes of a three year old was wonderful!















Here we are waiting for our Safari Expedition at the Animal Kingdom.  From left to right, my husband Glenn, me with grandson Landon, my son-in law Brad and team members Jen Rios-Raner and Cat Powers.








Here are the girls getting ready to eat dinner in Mexico!










Disney at night is spectacular!















The room at the Boardwalk Resort was really nice!

Glenn and I had lunch – just the two of us – at Epcot in Japan.  The gardens were incredible . . . and so was the sushi!







Here's the gorgeous sweatshirt we were able to purchase – notice the Stampin' Up! logo on the sleeve, and the "enchantment" theme on the pocket.











No Stampin' Up! incentive trip is complete without pillow gifts – they spoil us like crazy!  Here's the first pillow gift we received – a journal created with My Digital Studio!











We also got lots of goodies from the NEW Catalog, but we're not allowed to post those until June 1st — you're gonna love them! I am able to share a picture from a display board that was made using some of the new product, though! Look closely and you'll see the "new"….

I've already earned the Fiji Incentive Trip for next year and am excitedly anticipating being spoiled again!  Oh, do I have to wait a whole year!

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