Every Stampin’ Up! event includes Make n’ Takes. It is where Demonstrators get the chance to play with new product. OnStage April 2017 was no different.
I am going to start with what is most likely my favourite bundle in the catalogue…. the Birthday Memories Suite. The stamp set “Birthday Delivery” reminds me of images from the 50’s / 60’s. Then there is the co-ordinating framelits “Birthday Friends”. But…… the co-ordinating Designer Series Paper, “Birthday Memories” takes this bundle to a whole different level. Some of the images on the Designer Series Paper works with the framelits… I KNOW!
The card below uses the framelit with an image on the Designer Series Paper. The Banner was stamped with an image from the stamp set…. Don’t you LOVE the co-ordination? The stamp set, framelit and DSP have been bundled as one in the catalogue to save you 10%. Then there is ribbon and Honeycomb Balloons that co-ordinate with the set. Wait til you see the whole suite. Love It.
Another Make n’ Take was this darling crate with note cards This is the new Wood Textures Suite. Using the Wood Words stamp set, the Wood Crate Framelits die, Wood Textures Designer Series Paper and check out that Copper Ribbon. I was fortunate enough to have been given the Wood Words stamp set at the end of the Make n’ Takes.
My prediction… the Daisy Delight Bundle will be very popular. The bundle consists of the Daisy Delight stamp set and the Daisy Punch. It is a great value. Then there is the gorgeous Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, the gorgeous 1/4″ double stitched ribbon and check out the gorgeous faceted gems. They come in gold and clear. They are great add ons to the bundle.
The last Make n’ Take uses some cards from the new Colour Theory Memories & More Card Pack, images and sentiment from the Colourful Seasons stamp set and more new ribbon.
Another bonus of going to OnStage are Prize Patrols. Oh yes they are a favourite. We all received the “Tabs for Everything” stamp set in our goodie bag. The Prize Patrol that I won was the Bike Ride stamp set. But there was a bonus Prize Patrol. I hear it was a different stamp set in different markets. In Toronto the “All Attendees Prize Patrol” was This Little Piggy.
So that is it for me and my run down of OnStage. Let me just say if you ever have the opportunity to attend an OnStage event… do it! Better yet… nothing compares to OnStage Live. Next OnStage Live is in Utah. Who wants to come with me? Hope to see you there.
Thanks for stopping by,
Elizabeth, Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator