I LOVE being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. 10 years and going strong! I love to exercise the creative side of my brain....it's relaxing, fun and it makes me feel good when people love what I make!
I am entering the contest to be a Display Stamper for Convention 2014...here are my entries...
3D Project #1
A 2"x4" Altered Wood Block. I made this for my husband 2 years ago for Father's Day. I get to look at it often and I love the way it turned out, don't you?! :) I even used a hammer and nails for the flags on the top of the block! Great gift for the woodworker guy(or gal) in your life!
Some close ups of the details...
3D Project #2
An altered wood frame, turned into a Christmas Countdown Calendar.
I stained the frame with the Soft Suede ink Refill and a Stampin' Sponge. I really like the effect it gave.
I made DOZENS of these for a Christmas Boutique and SOLD OUT! They were the hit of the day for sure!!
Card Entry #1
I made this card for a swap at Convention last year. The little spritz of Silver Glimmer Spray sure added a nice touch to the colorful hexagons....
Card Entry #2
I saw a blog post from the SU! page and made a frame of the framelit with the silver glimmer paper. Added some Petite Petals and viola....
Card Entry #3
This is a vellum, gold, gold and more gold extravaganza! I love this bright card....it's got serious energy!
And last, but certainly not least....my
Scrapbook Page Entry
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this page!! Reason #1 my Grandparents are Awesome!!
Reason #2 there is absolutely no detail spared!! Reason #3 I got to use my new SILHOUETTE CAMEO to make the Gold Foil Paper leaves and stem. It's from the Betsy's Blossom Set on MDS. :)
More GOLD accents all over, but not too much. The CORE-dinations Cardstock is gorgeous with the new Spiral Flower Die....rub it down on the edges a bit and here you have it!! (So sad to see this go)
After looking over all of my entries, I realized that I like a little bit of sparkle on everything. From Heat Embossing, sequins, Gold Foil paper to Shimmer Paper...a little bit goes a long way!
I had fun going through my old projects and can't wait to create some new ones with NEW Stampin' Up! products!