(Please note if you are after SENZ class bookings, see this post here).
Flowers and sparkles, gorgeous papers and embellishments, I've been spoiled to work with it all during my time with Prima. I've worked as an educator, a design team member, as a representitive at my biggest teaching event ever in South Africa, and we always work closely with Prima when we organise the Autumn Escape.
Today my time with them as a design team member comes to an end. I've been on their design team for around 18 months, and it's been wonderful, but I am not back on the new team. Over the past year or so my focus has shifted from working in a design team environment to being involved in teaching a lot more - I have a lot of really cool online stuff coming up for True Scrap and Big Picture Classes. Pair that up with all the organisation that goes into Autumn Escape, the teaching I am doing around the place such as SENZ and SA Scrapbooking, (not to mention some part time study) and I am fried at the end of the day.
And so it's a fond farewell to Prima for me. Change is always hard, but it doesn't mean I won't work with Prima anymore, I've been teaching fabulous classes with them for years, I'm part of the furniture now so I'm sure it won't stop. BUT - and this is cool - I can explore other alternatives out there. I've really enjoyed working with Pink Paislee and Websters for my SENZ classes - those kits are GORGEOUS and I've really enjoyed putting them together. Bring on the fresh inspiration!
I'm leaving you today with a summary of some of the work I did for Prima over the years.
So here's to Prima. Laters.