creativeworld/paperworld in germany…

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we’re back from our adventures to frankfurt, germany where we attended the paperworld/creativeworld trade show.  this is a huge global trade show for the stationary, paper crafts, and art products attracting retailers and vendors worldwide.  i was there along with mario, the guys from ranger, and dyan to demo for our international distributors personal impressions and vaessen creative.  mario and  left early thursday morning from arizona for a long day of travel arriving in frankfurt, germany friday afternoon…

germany2from the airport, we headed straight to the hotel to drop off our bags, and made our way to the train station.  lucky for us, the station was about a 5 minute walk from our hotel passing (you guessed it) starbucks!  so with my other suitcase filled with demo supplies we stopped for some coffee and a quick bite to eat…

germany3when we arrived at the convention center, we checked in, and made our way to the personal impressions booth to lend a hand to our friends jayne and kathy and put the finishing touches on the booth.  that night we had dinner in our hotel and then off to bed after a very exhausting day and a early morning ahead…

germany4the show schedule was packed with busy day of demos for both distributors which meant set-up, demo, clean-up, set-up, demo, clean-up, but it was great fun.  i demoed all of the new products recently released along with sharing many other techniques using distress, stamps, layering stencils, and more…

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germany7as you can see the crowds around the demos for all three days made it even more inspiring for me to continue to share all of the latest and greatest products and techniques.  i’ll be honest though it was definitely an exhausting show being so close to cha, but it was absolutely worth it to attend.  we headed back to the US and finally made it home today for some much needed rest…t!m

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153 Comments to “creativeworld/paperworld in germany…”

  1. Karen M. says:

    WOW! You guys amaze me with all your travels! Welcome home and enjoy your rest!
    Karen M.

  2. Wow, that is really an exhausting schedule ot keep. Looks like a fascinating trade show; it would be fun to attend something like that in Germany!

  3. Nancy Cozier says:

    Wow! I’m exhausted just reading this! Although you must have had a wonderful time meeting all those new people!

  4. Violet says:

    Your airmiles must be through the roof and you must be exhausted. Hope you can rest now and recharge the creative juices!

  5. Laura says:

    The crowds would be even bigger at our two Scrapfest’s here in the Toronto area. I’d bring my own chair and nail it to the ground! Get some rest boys! Starbucks in the morning! Laura

  6. Linda E says:

    Wow, you guys are amazing!!! Enjoy sometime off, you both deserve it !!
    thanks for sharing your photos!

  7. Sheila Bacoon says:

    Sharing your love of creating and your vast knowledge, I’m sure was greatly appreciated by the attentive crowds.

  8. Carol P says:

    Glad your back. You deserve some long needed rest and relaxation! I am still amazed at all that you and Mario do for all of us. Thanks you again and again. Hope you realize just how much it is appreciated!

  9. Linda Agers says:

    Have a good rest, Tim. You definitely deserve it. Thanks for sharing your adventures in creativity.

  10. rhonit says:

    Do not know how you two do it, hands down ya’ll exhaust me, LOL. Glad ya made it home safe!!

  11. betsy schwartz says:

    Can you share what vitamins you take!! How do you do it all??!! Thanks for sharing all your adventures.

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