I am so blessed to be able to participate in the Stampin’ UP! 30 Years Celebration of Creativity in Orlando, Fl. I am hoping this submission will allow me to share my creativity with other demonstrators in a more personal way by being a Display Stamper at the convention. What a wonderful opportunity.
I am finally going to have the chance to meet so many of the fellow demonstrators that I have come to appreciate, respect, and admire thru blogs, and social media. Such a creative group of people that are kind and generous with their time and talents!
I have only used products that are from the 2018 Annual Catalog and the upcoming 2018 Holiday Catalog. I am not going to give complete instructions on all these projects, as it would take an enormous amount of time for you to read, but I will list the highlights for each one.
This first sample is from the Share what You Love Suite using the mini pizza boxes. My little twist on this is pulling the ribbon from the inside of the box so the ribbon doesn’t come undone while retrieving a mini card.
My scrapbook page submission is from the Share What You Love DSP using the Celebrate You Thinlits Dies. I have not included a photo on my page, but my goal with any scrapbook page is to make the photo the point of interest, and the embellishments are a compliment to that photo.
My next project is a shadow box picture I created using the Festive Farmhouse Suite and the Layering Alphabet Edgelits. This is a detailed oriented project with lots of small things creating a larger view. I used techniques like heat embossing, water coloring, stamping, and die cutting.
The final three items are my cards. Again I used several techniques, and also used some items in a different way in order to create a certain look or feel for each card. The first card uses the Love What You Do Suite. The second uses the At Home With You Stamp Set along with the Making Christmas Bright Stamp Set. The final card is using the Festive Farmhouse Set with embellishments from the Country Home Suite.
Thanks for your time and consideration in viewing my work. I look forward to the opportunity of sharing what I love!