Happiness Blooms at OnStage

I have some very exciting new to share… I had the honour of presenting a Product Spotlight at Stampin’ Up!’s Melbourne (Australia) OnStage event at the weekend.

Just in case you are not sure, a Product Spotlight is when we demonstrators get to see a whole new suite of products coming in the next catalogue. It’s usually presented by another demonstrator, who has worked with Stampin’ Up! staff to ensure the presentation works well.

It was truly a great experience and certainly a nerve-racking one, as presenting means up on a stage in front of more 500 demonstrators and Stampin’ Up! staff. Weeks of planning and preparing came together really well and I was so excited to have over-come nervousness to deliver the important information I had discovered first about the products in this suite.

 

So I thought I would share with you a project each day, for the next little bit to help inspire your creativity with this suite and offer some extra tips and tricks, I discovered when working with this suite. This will help you when you buy the products and begin using them.

I presented the Happiness Blooms suite and I know when you receive your catalogues from next month, you are going to love all the products that make up this suite.

This first project was one of my favourite creations using a little something from almost all the products. It’s a great way to introduce them to you too.

Rose Packer, Creative Roses, Stampin' Up!, #onstage2018, Happiness Blooms Suite, Bloom by Bloom

The main feature is that gorgeous tulip stamp. It comes from the Bloom by Bloom stamp set, which is photopolymer and features 17 different stamps. It only has image stamps too, so we can team it up with another stamp set for a sentiment, making it really versatile.

Here I have fussy cut two of the stamped images, which is easy to do as they are nice clean flat shapes. I’ve used two of this years In-Colours – Call Me Clover and Pineapple Punch.

The tulip is framed by those angles – on the left we have Lovely Lipstick cardstock (another In-Colour) and here I have embossed it with the Dot to Dot textured impression embossing folder. It features a fun polka-dot pattern which is echoed in other products, so you’ll find it easy to coordinate. On the right, is my favourite pattern from the Designer Series Paper pack. I love this one – the Pineapple Punch just pops right out of the Night of Navy background. It’s 12”x12” and features strong flat floral designs on one side and generic patterns on the other. The pack itself features bold colours and shapes. (Stay tuned I have some great tips coming on how to work with those).

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I have used one of the four mini punches from the Bitty Bloom Punch Pack – here I have punched out some flowers from the patterns in the DSP. Last, I have topped them with some of those gorgeous little Enamel Dots – OMG, I’m so in love with these, it’s not funny. You are going to see them everywhere!

 

So stayed tuned to my blog this week, for more project ideas with this gorgeous new suite coming in the Occasions Catalogue in January 2019.

It was truly an honour to have been asked by Stampin’ Up! to present the Happiness Blooms suite, certainly a career milestone.

Until next time… Stamp Creatively,
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3 thoughts on “Happiness Blooms at OnStage

  1. OH i fell in love with this right away. CAN’T WAIT to see all your samples, they are bound to be amazing if they’re all as lovely as this one. Congratulations again, would have loved to see your presentation

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  2. Pingback: Happiness Blooms at OnStage II | Creative Roses

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