I've finally had a chance to look through some of the hundreds of photos I took during the Stampin' Up! Leadership Conference in Orlando last weekend. Most of the photos I'm sharing today were taken at the product display booths or during the presentations on stage. Please excuse the blurriness of the photos - we sat in the balcony during many of the presentations and I'm surprised the photos even turned out at all! I don't have one of those fancy schmancy cameras with a telephoto lens. My little point and shoot did the best it could. ;)
I made a bee-line for the booth featuring the Tea for Two product suite along with the More Amore Suite.
This sweet project uses lots of pieces from the Artisan Embellishments Kit (swoon) to dress up the Fancy Favor (Bigz Die) Box. I love how they incorporated the kit packaging from the ribbon into "handles" for the bag. So cute!
Squeeeeee! This wine bottle is decked out with loads of embellishments, mostly from the kit. Even the cork got special treatment. It was stunningly beautiful.
Cute treat/favor ideas using the new Creped Filter Paper (dyed) to create flowers.
There were a whole set of these darling 3x3 cards, each with lots of detail including embossing with the new Needlepoint Border Embossing Folders.
The patterned paper used on all the mini cards is the Tea for Two Designer Series Paper, which is gorgeous.
This card uses the new Delicate Details Lace Tape as a mask to create this pretty background. This "tape" is so fun. It sticks very well, but can be easily moved or removed (like a sticky note). The design was created by sponging over the tape (while it was in place on the card) and them removing the tape to allow the white card stock to show through.
Bonus: The Lace Tape that was used/removed can now be used as a mask on future projects. Don't throw it away!!
Beautiful vintage style tag featuring lots of new embellishments including the Tea Time Trinkets. (Hard to see, but the tiny cup/saucer are hanging just over the Lace Tape at the bottom.)
Pop-Up Posies Designer Kit. These samples are the same as in the Spring Catalog, but we also saw some fun variations for the white flower. The layers can be dyed and folded to create more looks than shown here. The kit, however, can be used exactly as shown to create gorgeous tags, decorations, or cards with ease.
Cute card using the new Pop 'n Cuts Card Base Die to create the rounded edges at the bottom.
The Pop 'n Cuts Dress Form Die in action. Check out the cute dress and apron created from the heart shaped doily in the Artisan Embellishments kit. So cute!
Faux feathers created using the Creped Filter Paper, dyed, and snipped to resemble a feather.
Really cute card using the Madison Avenue stamp set (free Sale-a-bration choice). Love this color combo.
Simple bag featuring the Madison Avenue Stamp Set + the Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack (both from Sale-a-bration). So sweet - just like the little tag says!
Madison Avenue Stamp Set paired with a greeting from the Bloomin' Marvelous Stamp Set (both are free Sale-a-bration products).
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