Today I am off to Onstage!!
Every 6 months, Stampin' Up! has a Demonstrator-only training day called Onstage. It is a fun-filled, exciting day, and always showcases a new catalogue arrival. We get to see and experience new product, ways to use that product and get to play with it!
The day includes a gorgeous canvas bag filled with new goodies, a healthy boxed lunch, display boards filled with new product and samples made by talented local demonstrators, live stamping demonstrations, 4 projects for us to make during the day, a chance to win free goodies at prize patrol and of course, swaps!
Swaps are cards, or card fronts, or small 3D treat holders that you swap with other demonstrators, sharing ideas and other ways to use our products you might not have thought of yourself. Great for sharing with your customers!
I decided to make a little chocolate holder as my swap this year. I have shown you how to make this little box before, using the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper, but this time I decided to use the Picture Perfect Party Designer Series Paper from the Occasions catalogue, and Bermuda Bay cardstock.
To see how I made this little treat holder, click here and it will take you to that earlier post.
I took some photos as I made them:
There are 75 of these little treat holders ( no idea why 75, it's just how it turned out haha) , and they each hold a single Merci chocolate. To get at the chocolate, you just slide off the belly band. I will also include instructions so that they can make these little holders themselves. They are so quick and easy to make, and a lot of fun!
If you would like to go to one of these training days the next time they are in your area, why not join as a demonstrator? You can join just for the discount if you like - and you still get all of the perks!
Click here to see if Stampin' Up! is for you :)
If joining just now isn't for you, would you like to learn how to make these cute little treat holders? Invite me over for a free workshop, a couple of your friends, pop on the kettle, and let's get stampin'!
Thanks for stopping by!