Welcome to the second and last Founders Circle post. The highlight of the trip for me was the trip out to Kanab and Stampin’ Up!’s manufacturing plant. Learning how everything is run and how stamps are made was so interesting. Here are a few photos of the tour…
I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to participate in part of the stamp making process.
Taking the stamps out of the ‘oven’ and peeling back the paper.
Peeling the rubber off the mold. And then we trimmed down the excess rubber. So cool.
We also had the opportunity to see how the photopolymer stamps are made which is something that Stampin’ Up! just started doing themselves.
After our tour of the plant, we had a BBQ lunch with the staff. And then Before leaving Kanab we stopped at a playground where Stampin’ Up! donates rubber for the floor of the playground. Before everyone separated we got all the Canadian achievers together for a photo – so honored to be part of this talented group!
It felt really cool to walk on the rubber. Such a great use for all the excess rubber.
Check out the view of the red rock! This photo doesn’t do it justice. It was beautiful!
Spent time with some great demonstrators including these three – Diana Gibbs, Michelle Zindorf and my upline Winona Semler. And met lots of new friends. Learned so much and got lots of great business ideas.
We also had the opportunity to see the Wizard of Oz at Tuacahn theatre – an outdoor theatre. It was AMAZING!
I still have so much to share including the final event but I’ll save that for another day:)
Thanks for visiting today!