#OnStage2017 – Make & Takes

I feel like all I have done for the last three days is sleep, eat and sleep some more.  This is the first time in those three days that I have sat down in my craft room.  I am looking forward to the weekend when I plan on getting crafty with my new Stampin’ Up! products.

While at OnStage we had four Make & Take projects using four of the new product suites from the Occasions Catalog which goes live to customers on January 3, 2018.  I loved all four of them and am going to share all of them with you today.

Sweet Soiree Suite

This suite is a “mega” suite.  Think tiered wedding cakes with floral accents.  This suite includes an 18 piece stamp set; 16 piece framelit dies set; silver gable boxes; specialty designer series paper with foil accents on every sheet; an embossing folder; shimmery white and silver embossing paste with decorative masks to decorate your cake layers; an embellishment kit with tassels, washi tape clothes pins, velvet ribbon, and sheets of various die cuts; silver baker’s twine; ready shreddie; and a new color of ribbon with a metallic edge.  Oh my!

Our Make & Take was a gable box:

Petal Passion Suite

Think black and white florals which can be used as is or can be colored with your choice of ink (Stampin’ Blends, Stampin’ Write Markers, Blender Pens and Stampin’ Pad, Watercolor Pencils …).  This suite includes a 15 piece stamp set, 10 piece Thinlits dies set, silver embellishments (flowers and leaves), organza ribbon, an embossing folder and designer series paper.

Our Make & Take project was a card:

We colored in some of the flowers randomly with a blender pen and Calypso Coral ink.

Tutti-Frutti Suite

Think teeny tiny pears, pineapple, strawberries and a versatile 3-step fruit that could easily be a watermelon, orange or lemon slice depending on your color scheme.  This suite includes a 25 piece stamp set, an itty bitty punch pack (4 punches) for the fruits, washi tape, designer series paper, adhesive backed sequins, mini striped ribbon and stampin’ spots in 4 select colors.

Our Make & Take project was a set of tags:

You cannot really tell from the photo, but those fruits are itty bitty (less than 1″ long).  They are adorably cute!

Bubble Over Bundle

The next project was made using this bundle which consists of a 17 piece stamp set and 19 piece Framelits dies set.  Think pop bottles, bottle caps, straws and bubbles.  There is coordinating designer series paper available with a $50.00 purchase during Sale-a-bration.

Our Make & Take project was a card:

Did you notice the epoxy bubbles coming out of the top of the pop bottle?  Those are glitter and clear epoxy shapes that coordinate with this bundle as well as another bundle in the Occasions Catalog (think rainbows and rain clouds).

The products that I ordered as part of my Product Purchase Premier was the Bubble Over bundle with the epoxy shapes.  I really wanted all four of the available groups of products but it was just not in my budget!

In addition to the PPP items I received today, I received three other stamp sets at OnStage that I will make projects with soon and share with you.  But I think I will concentrate on the Holiday Catalog for now since I still have Thanksgiving and Christmas to prepare for.

I think tomorrow’s project will be Christmas-themed with the “faux-leather” technique.  Stayed tuned!

Thank you for stopping by.  I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper.  Until next time, stamp on my friends.

Linda

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