Sunday, 4 July 2010

QVC Customer Event

Over the last two days, as some of you know...I've been demonstrating at the QVC Event in a sizzling hot Central London and first of all, I'd just like to thank John at Crafthouse Press for having the faith in me and trusting me to represent the products at this event. I was very proud to be working with this wonderful company who were launching their new Pyramid and Decoupage collection in the Gorjuss Girls range! (...and to the lady who asked if they had modelled the Gorjuss Girl on me...I'm very flattered but all the credit for illustrations has to go to the wonderful Suzanne Woolcott).

The samples are finally ready with a little help from a girl's best friend!

The card that I made for the Crafthouse Press "Make and Take"

Photos from the event, including one of a very hot and bedraggled me, who is loving every minute!


This was my very first time demonstrating and yes, there were a few nerves to start with...I was working with people, including the great Dawn Bibby, that three years ago inspired me to become involved in papercrafting but once those nerves were banished, I had such an amazing couple of days! There were some great demonstrations and make or takes happening around the room and I got to have a sneaky peek at some beautiful products that will be coming soon and I must say, please look out for the stunning products from Inspire Me Papers. Their products and display absolutely blew me away...it was BEAUTIFUL and Debbie and her team, were some of the nicest people I met!! I'd also like to say a huge thank you to Amy Shaw for making me feel so welcome.

And last and definitely not least, thank you to the people who make this all happen...the customers of QVC. I met some wonderful ladies...and a few gents, who did join in and I have to say seemed to be enjoying their card making experience with us! There was a lot of laughter and smiles throughout the two days but I wanted to give a special mention to a lovely girl who I met on the Thursday, and I wish I had taken her name, but she came along with her Mum and had never crafted before but she really did herself proud and was so pleased with her beautiful finished card, that she asked if we could have our photo taken together. As she was leaving she said to me, that our make and take was the most fun she'd had all day long and that, really did make my day and I can't thank her, enough. She was just one of many who made similar comments and they were all very much appreciated and meant an awful lot to me.

So, now that it's all over, it feels rather strange and I'm slowly coming back down from my crafting high but the one question remains...would I do it all again? Hell yeah...I had a blast!!

And if you want to read and see more about the two day event, head over to the lovely and very talented Paula Pascual's blog, here... She's even taken a little photo of some of my samples!

More Links from the day: Crafthouse Press Gorjuss Blog and over the next few weeks, please look out for all the cards that were made for this event and MORE!

6 comments:

  1. oh wonderful!!! YAY!!! What a dream come true for you and better still, being able to show others how to create their OWN little works of art! Couldn't be happier for you, baby...doing what you love! :D

    SO PROUD OF YOU!!! <333

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  2. Hi Emma xx
    hope you are okxxxx
    thank you so much for making us feel so welcome at the a-vent
    you are a top class crafter and your cards were stunning that you showed at the show xxx
    if you ever need any thing please just e-mail me off the blogg xxx
    huge hugs Dawnxxx

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  3. OMG Emma I was there on Friday!!! I didn't get to sit at the Gorjuss girl table but did have a nosey lol - If I'd known it was you I would have come and said hello. Had a fab time though.

    Love Lynda xxx

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  4. Hi Emma - me again! I've just scrolled down to your last post - don't know how I missed it!

    Love Lynda xxx

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  5. Wow ! WOnderful, hope you had fun !!

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  6. Thanks everyone for all your lovely comments...

    ...and thank you Suzanne ~ it's a pleasure to be working with your stunning illustrations and I hope that I do each and every one of them justice!

    Love & hugs to you all...
    Emma
    xx

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Emma ~xx

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