9/12/08

Sharing some Stamp Camp love with you......

We have a really great group of local SU! demos that get together at least twice a year to hold this day long stamping event for all of our customers. They get to make 10 projects, have some snacks, meet fellow stampers and photograph some really great displays. We survey our customers and the feedback that we received on this last stamp camp was outstanding! Many told us that it was our best one yet. So if you live in the Central Valley area of California you might want to check us out. You are guaranteed to have a great time.
Anyway, the card above was the project that I demo'd for our customers.
When I saw this card on her blog I totally envisioned a dress made from the new "Bella Rose" Designer Series Paper. This paper is my new fave and I think it gave the dress a very vintage feel. The bodice of the dress was stamped with a petal from our
"Pick a Petal" Stamp Set and then punched out with the large oval punch and then cut in half to form a bodice. The fold was a little tricky but everyone really liked the finished card. Got lots of compliments. The instructions are on LMac's Blog and you can check out her version made with vellum. Very sparkly!

The darling card above was demo'd by Angie, another really great demonstrator that I have gotten to know the past few months and she is a lot of fun to hang out with. My customers that attend Stamp Camp really like her projects. She used the new "Easter Blooms" stamp set and Hawaii Papaya Designer Series Paper and everyone loved the simple little knot in the grosgrain ribbon, a nice change from a bulky bow.

The elegant Christmas Card above was demo'd by my upline, Kim. She always has great ideas and is a stamp camp fave. She used "Baroque Motifs" stamp set and Canvas BG Stamp, Bravo Burgundy CS & Ink, Old Olive CS & Ink, Bravo Burgundy Grosgrain Ribbon and a half circle bead from the fabulous "Pretties Kit". If you haven't gotten the "Pretties Kit" you should, that little tin box holds so many wonderful embellishment elements: beads, silk flowers, hat pins, crystals, rhinestone brads. It is lots of bling in one package.

The card above is another creation by my upline, Kim. She turned the birthday themed "Party Hearty" into this awesome Christmas card using the new In Colors: Riding Hood Red, Pirouette Pink and Kiwi Kiss. How cute is this? Instead of party hats, we got Christmas Trees! Just another way to get multiple uses out of our wonderful stamp sets. She also used the Polka Dotted BG Stamp, the luscious new Riding Hood Red Taffeta Ribbon and the great new phrase set "Heard from the Heart".

The final card that I am posting today is a matchbook card that was demo'd by Patty, another super great demonstrator. She is my sideline and always has such wonderful ideas. My customers lover her too, she is so very patient with our Stamp Campers. Patty used our "Embrace Life" Stamp set which is very elegent and Asian themed. It is one of our most popular and this flower image was a great way to show our stampers how easy it is to use the blender pens to color in an image. The colors of this card came together beautifully and there is a touch of Dazzling Diamonds glitter on the flower for just the right amount of bling!

*****Just a quick shout out to my customers: Sandra, Amelia, Ruby, Diane and Pamela. Thanks for coming to Stamp Camp, hope you all enjoyed yourselves. Your support at Stamp Camp is awesome and means a lot to me. Happy Stampin'!******

Check back tomorrow for the remaining 5 Stamp Camp projects!

1 comment:

Anita said...

Julie,
Thanks for sharing the wonderful projects from Stamp Camp. Hopefully I will be able to attend the next one.