I have created this page because I am applying to be a display stamper for an OnStage event in April 2018. Any demonstrator that wishes to be a display stamper has to create 3 cards, two 3D projects, and a scrapbook page. Stampin’ Up! will visit all the demonstrator’s blogs, websites, Pinterest boards, etc. who have sent in applications to be a display stamper.
The following is some of the projects I have made over the last year and felt they were some of my best work. If I am chosen I will get to create cards, scrapbook pages, etc. for the display boards at the Dallas Fort Worth OnStage event. Wish me luck!
This is one of my 3D projects. It’s a mini album. I had so much fun making this and sharing it with my customers. I even created a class for this album. This was made using all Stampin’ Up! products. This is the front of the album.
This is my 2nd 3D project. It’s a votive candle holder.
I love candles and thought this was just the cutest votive holder. You could add another layer to the inside to write a cute note. I love the Daisy Delight stamp set and the DSP was almost too beautiful to use! This was one of my favorite projects to make and share with my customers.
These are 3 of my favorite cards I have made.
This card was made created because I made a mistake on my scoring line! I scored in the wrong spot and decided I liked the look! I used the PostScript stamp set to stamp and stamped the image on a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock. I then cut them out using the Vintage Leaves Leaflets Framelits to die cut them out. I then stamped the PostScript on a peice of Very Vanilla to go on the inside of the card where I messed up on the scoring.
I messed up when I was scoring the card base and that is how I turned my mistake into a cute fun fold card. I just used a strip of Very Vanilla and stamped it using the PostScript stamp again.
This is card #2
This is another Fall card. I just love all the colors of the Fall Season. I used the very, very popular stamp set, Daisy Delight to create this stunning card. I used the Hardwood stamp set to create the background. I also used the Stampin’ Blends to color the rhinestones to match the colors on the card.
This is a Christmas card I made last year. I love this card and all the sparkle. I love heat embossing and love how this card turned out! This background stamp is now retired, but I could not part with it. I still have it in my craft room! The pinecones were created using the Christmas Pines stamp set and thinlits.
My Scrapbook Page