Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Un-Pinwheel Your Paper Pumpkin

I loved the pinwheels from the June Paper Pumpkin kit, but if you are pinwheeled out use that cute paper for other creations! Last week I made a cute card with some of the pinwheel paper and banners. Here is a gift set I made for this week.



It is a set of three cards bundled in one of the cellophane bags from the kit. I folded the cellophane down and added a coordinating topper to finish the gift. Oh, can you see the cute lil paper clip (from the June kit) at the top? That lil guy is holding the topper to the cellophane, and it is super strong. It makes it very easy to pull a card out of the bag and then reattach it. No sticky tape or staples!

I hope you are enjoying your Paper Pumpkin kits. Be sure to take advantage of the great SPECIAL going on right now if you have not subscribed yet!

You know the lovely the Design Team at the My Pumpkin Challenge has shared some great samples this week, so please head over there and check them out!

Thanks for stopping by!

Friday, July 25, 2014

Convention Memories 2014

Inspire.Create.Share Stampin' Up! 2014
Our Kreative Friends photo in front of the Stampin' Up! rock at the home office in Riverton.



  • 1. Our first night at the Convention Center we checked in and then went to the Paper Pumpkin Night Out. It was a great way to kick off the fun days to follow. 
  • 2. This was Tiffiney's first Convention and boom, she wins Prize Patro! So happy for her. I know she will have fun with her new products!
  • 3. The goodie boxes I made for our team. (I upcycled my old Birchbox containers) Filled with chocolate, gum, tissue and a granola bar. Bonus, a box to keep their swaps safe for the flight home! 
  • 4. A quick snapshot of one of the many inspiration boards in the Gathering Place. So many great ideas by talented demonstrators and the Stampin' Up! team.

 
  • 5. Me and Trina at one of the classes making our project. We learned so many great tips and techniques. 
  • 6. At the Celebration after Awards Night. Mary, Kathy, Tiffiney and Trina were line dancing. The party was Carnival themed. Kathy, Trina and Leanne got their faces painted. They even had a mechanical bull, which we watched from the sidelines!
  • 7. This is a group photo of the Kindred Inkers team who were able to attend Convention this year. 
  • 8. Convention ended Saturday evening, but the festivities continued for our group. As we walked home from dinner in downtown Salt Lake City, we came across a free outdoor concert. It was a great way to end our wonderful trip this year. 
Stampin' Up! Convention is wonderful. The energy is amazing. I am excited to share new techniques with my stamping friends. Coming out of Convention I have made some new goals. I am inspired and was very happy to see my friend Lisa Harlow picked for the Stampin' Up! Artisan Design Team 2014. I cannot wait to see her creations and I hope you will stop by her website to follow her journey.

One of the most exciting things was getting our hands on the Holiday Catalog. There are so many great products in that catalog. I can't wait for you to see it. Please let me know if you need a copy I would be happy to send one to you.

I feel blessed to be a part of Stampin' Up and part of a wonderful Stampin' Team! Did you attend Convention this year? If so, what was your favorite part?

Thanks for stopping by, have a great weekend!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Convention Sneak Peek!



 More to follow about my Inspire.Create.Share. Stampin' Up! 2014 experience. Come back tomorrow for more!
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