Hello and welcome to my blog!  Let me tell you a little about myself! 

The above photo is of my four daughters - my pride and joy!  Love them more than words can say!

I have been a demonstrator for over 17 years!  I attended a Stampin' Up! workshop that a friend had invited me to - and I was hooked!  I went home that night, knowing that I wanted to become a demonstrator.  I am so thankful that I decided to sign up - it has changed my life and brought me so many blessings! 

I have a thriving, growing business in Canton, Ohio.  I love teaching and sharing the art of paper crafting, and have a beautiful studio in my home - called The Bee Spot- which works out perfectly for hosting events!

Most recently, I was selected by Stampin' Up! to serve on the Global Events Council - so excited for this opportunity!  I will be serving on the Council for the next 18 months, and will be working closely with the Stampin' Up! staff.  

I have qualified for Founder's Circle six times, the company's top honor. Founder's Circle is a recognition given to the top 100 demonstrators in the company - based on having a well rounded business.  I am so grateful to have earned this recognition.

I have been a main stage presenter at our national convention in the summer of 2012.  What a wonderful experience that was - and how fun to get to work with the employees of Stampin' Up!

 I also presented at two Regional Training Events - one in Columbus, Ohio and one in Louisville, Kentucky.
Most recently, I have presented at corporate Stampin' Up! events in Minneapolis, MN, Salt Lake City, UT and in April will present in Milwaukee, WI.  

I have earned incentive trips for the past 17 years - to some pretty exotic places - our favorites have been cruising to Alaska, Panama Canal and Bermuda, Fiji, and the Mediterranean.

The best part of being a demonstrator?  The people I have met - both locally and around the world!

I am truly blessed!  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about Stampin' Up!  Email: laura@lauramilligan.com

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