Today is World Card Making Day so I want to share photos from our 2017 Fall Stamp Camp. Diane Simonick and I held our Stamp Camp last weekend. Everyone had great fun stamping!
The first couple of photos are of the registration table.
Below you can see a basket of prizes. We didn’t give everything away, but I like the winners to be able to choose something they can use.
Next is the room after it was all set up. Clean and Organized! Kind of like my Craft Room/Stamping Studio before I get involved in a project.
I made these banner pieces using the Painted Harvest Suite of products.
Here are the Big Shot and Heat Embossing stations.
Supplies for each card were in a plastic bin for people to take back to their tables to work on.
More card designs from the day.
And here are the last of them. In the photo below the card on the left is a gift card holder. The middle card is a Fancy Fold Step card. Not pictured is a tag for a gift bag.
Each attendee had a bag at their place so they could put the finished cards in the bag and out of the way to make room to work on the next one.
We had lots of displays – here are the all inclusive card kits.
I created lots of cards to display at this event.
Inspire. Create. Share.
That is the Stampin’ Up! motto.
Did you know that you can stamp on candles?
Love the Be Merry Project Kit which you can see below. The ornaments are great to add to a gift package, on a bottle of wine, or along with some home baked treats. They even look better in person.
The ornaments are so GORGEOUS!
Paper Pumpkin Kits that were for sale were a hit with both beginning and experienced stampers. You can enjoy the convenience of a monthly Paper Pumpkin kit with the project prepped and all supplies included too.
Sign up by October 10th so you don’t miss the next kit. Stampin’ Up! announced that the October and November Paper Pumpkin Kits will complement each other and they will also stand alone.
The 2 kits promise A Season of Style, coordinating back to back kits perfect for Christmas giving!
The room full of stampers. Everyone had smiles on their faces and went home with 10 completed projects. It was such a fun event!
World Cardmaking Day! Don’t forget to send the cards you make – brighten someone’s day.
Diane and I forgot to have someone take a picture of us at the event this year. We also had a junior assistant to help. Amy was a hard worker and a blessing to have manning the Big Shot and Heat Embossing Stations.
After the second session ended, we were ready to call it a day. Then all that was left was to enter orders for people who wanted supplies to re-create the projects at home.
If you are inspired by my projects and blog posts, please consider shopping with me for your papercrafting products.
Thanks for stopping by. Happy Stamping!