I had to show you a few of the latest projects created by two of my Demo Team members…
Shirley Meyer used the Lattice Impressions Folder and the Embedded Impressions technique here. I love her use of the Have A Seat stamp—it always makes me think of how much I miss someone when I see an empty chair. The other stamps are from the Cute By The Inch Hostess Set and are punched with the Square Scallop punch. I really like how the squares mimic the square pattern in the embossed lattice design.
Shirley also tried out the Match Box Mini Book, this time with a Halloween theme! She combined stamps from the Dark & Dreary and Wicked Cool stamp sets, and used the Nite Owl Designer Series Paper for the inside cover and to wrap the chocolates. Who wouldn't love to receive this eerie treat?!
And, speaking of invitations, Darla Eigenschink created this cheerful invitation for her son Zach's 4th birthday party! She used the Party This Way set, and painstakingly cut out the pennants (gosh, we get spoiled with those punches sometimes, huh?). The coordinating Celebrations background paper pulls the whole color theme together.
Did you know that Stampin' Up! has coordinating Party Hats (8 in a package) and a customizable Celebrations Party Banner Party Kit (with more than 100 characters) to help you decorate in the same theme? How cool is that?! Makes the party planning quick and easy—as well as beautifully coordinated!
There are even Celebrations Quick Accents to help you create party favors, centerpieces, games, and even scrapbook pages to remember your special birthday event!
Or, use these self-adhesive, die-cut pieces to create quick and colorful birthday cards for any age! Love it!
Thank you, Darla and Shirley, for allowing me to share your lovely creations!