Some display boards from stamp camp..

So blogger finally let me upload some pics tonight. I have had a few blog readers and fellow demonstrators ask how we set up our stamp camp projects, so I hope this post answers those questions.
These pics are of a couple of project display boards from stamp camp. All of the campers receive a bag with packets inside that are designated for each project by a letter. The letter is found at the top of the display board that each demo has at their table. The board features the project that the campers will be making at that table as well as samples of Designer Series Paper or other stamps from the set that is being used. Some boards also feature other cards made with the same supplies, so our campers can see how many ways they can use what they buy.
The pic on top is of Kim's board and she featured the "Love You Much" Bundle. So her card is at the top right hand corner of the board and samples of the paper and other projects are along the bottom. We also ad supply lists to our boards so our campers can see what it took to make that project.
The pic below is my card "You crack me Up" featuring the "A Good Egg" stamp set. The blue egg on the front of the card opens and closes and that really "wowed" the campers. I featured the SAB DS paper so our campers could get an up close look at it. Sometimes it is hard to see what the DSP looks like in the catty or brochure, so this way they can get a better glance.
In a later post I will have close ups of all of the projects that were featured so you can get a better look at them.

1 comment:

Anita said...

Wow! What great projects. How did you do the egg. that is amazing.