Door is Open, Come on In … version #2

By | May 22, 2017
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Hi Stampers

A few days ago, I had posted a picture of a sign I made on a magnetic sheet for my front door.   You can see that original post HERE.      After making the sign, I remembered that my front door is mostly window.  With the sign having a magnetic back it would be too low to put on the door.      So I was on a mission to make a new sign.

This time I used a chalk board sign that I got at a local craft store and worked from there.    I actually ended up liking this sign much better than the first one.     When using the Stampin’ Up! logo in this fashion, Demonstrators need the final OK from the Home Office.    I have taken a picture and sent it along with measurements… and am keeping my fingers crossed it will receive an OK.     I took the image from the Stampin’ Up! site, but since I changed the dimensions, they need to bless it.   Update… I received the OK for the sign….yeh…. very happy.  Thank you Stampin’ Up!.

So what does my sign look like….

3-D

 

3-D

Just in case you are curious…. yes… it is using the Daisy Delight Bundle.   The leaves are from the Rose Garden Thinlits… I cut the leaves away from the rose.

Once I receive the OK from Stampin’ Up!, I will hang this proudly on my door whenever there is a Stampin’ Up! event happening.    It is much nicer than the sticky note I would put on the door… don’t you think?

Thanks for stopping by,
Elizabeth, Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
www.stampscrapandmore.com

2 thoughts on “Door is Open, Come on In … version #2

  1. Eileen McClean

    Love the sign, really nice! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

    Reply
    1. Elizabeth Green Post author

      Thanks for stopping by Eileen. I am happy you like the sign. I take great pride in hanging it on my door whenever I have a Stampin’ Up! event.

      Reply

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