I have a different sort of post for you today. I haven't shared this with you yet, but I am a very lucky demonstrator - for 1 more reason than the obvious! Let me tell you why...
A few times a year, usually coinciding with a holiday, I do a little Stampin'UP! crafting with the folks at Roger's Barrie on their daily show Daytime!
They are an awesome group of people and it is A LOT of fun! I get to create some projects that make a display and then I teach the hosts how to make them all the while promoting Stampin'UP!
I was there on Wednesday to work on some Valentine's Day projects. I took some pictures of my display for the set and my projects and thought I would share them with you.
Here are the pictures.
This is a picture frame I decorated using the Banner Framelits and the Hearts Frameltis and the fabulous DSP stack from the new All Occasions Catalogue!
This picture has some decorated Valentine's suckers and a card we made on the show using my new favourite punch - the Scalloped tag punch! I also used the stamp Love you to the Moon - perfect for the little boys!
This one is a little hard to see, but it is a gift bag all prettied up usinig some of the awesome Vellum paper from the All Occasions Catalogue, some red glitter paper from the Annual Cataloge (I used a scrap of the negative punch holes from some small glittery hearts). You can't see it well here, but I stamped some pink and red hearts directly on the bag - I loved how it turned out!
Do you have any of the muslin bags in your collection? You will need these! Perfect for a small teacher gift - filled with candy. I put the candy in our cellophane bags then inserted them in the muslin bag for a better presentation. There it is...that Scallped Tag Punch! Have I told you I LOVE it!
This is a picture of my whole display. We made the cards and tags live on air just to the left of this shot. SO much fun!
Here is a close up of another Muslin bag with a different tag as well as some diffently decorated Valentine's suckers.
I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day!